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WARNING: /usr/bin/perl cannot find Perl module Tk.
The above module(s) is/are required to correctly display
the Bastille User Interface. If you are unable to find a
pre-compiled module for your OS, they can be found at:
(i've ommitted the url for now b/c forum won't let me post links)
If you installed the modules in another installation of
perl besides the one listed in the error message, you may
override Bastille's search path by setting the
$CORRECT_PERL_PATH environment variable to the directory
that the desired perl binary is located in.
then i googled for bastille Tk and was pleased to find
which i've installed, but still same error message. i have a bin named perl 5.8.0 in /usr/bin, with files perl and perl5 linking to it as well. theres a bunch of perl stuff in /usr/lib as well. i'm still a newbie so can't figure out if this is a simple problem of exporting path like the err msg says-if so how do i do this? any help would be appreciated....
(running mandrake 9.1, kde on p4)
ed]# bastille -c
ERROR: 'MN9.1' is not a supported operating system.
Valid operating system versions are as follows:
'DB2.2' 'DB3.0' 'RH6.0' 'RH6.1' 'RH6.2'
'RH7.0' 'RH7.1' 'RH7.2' 'RH7.3' 'RH8.0'
'RH9' 'MN6.0' 'MN6.1' 'MN7.0' 'MN7.1'
'MN7.2' 'MN8.0' 'MN8.1' 'MN8.2' 'HP-UX11.00'
'HP-UX11.11' 'HP-UX11.22' 'HP-UX11.23' 'SE7.2' 'SE7.3'
'SE8.0' 'TB7.0' 'OSX10.2.0' 'OSX10.2.1' 'OSX10.2.2'
ERROR: Invalid argument list:
Usage: bastille [ -b | -c | -r | -x [ --os version ] ]
-b : use a saved config file to apply changes
directly to system
-c : use the Curses (non-X11) TUI
-r : revert all Bastille changes to-date
-x : use the Perl/Tk (X11) GUI
--os version : ask all questions for the given operating system
version. e.g. --os RH6.0
does this really mean i can't run bastille using curses in 9.1 or just a bad config file?
still not able to run this thing... i noticed when i'm linux is booting up after the checking/loading modules entry there is a line that says
"rm- could not remove /var/lock/subsys/bastille"
maybe that sheds some light on the problem?