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Old 06-08-2008, 04:36 PM   #1
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Just a routine problem.

Suddenly my startup routine cannot find TCL.dll. How do I install it please?
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Err.. Do you have ActiveTCl installed on the system ?

is the location of the file part of your PATH ?

The install directions for ActiveTcl
Linux / Linux x86_64

The download is a tar-gzipped archive. To extract, enter the following command at the shell prompt:
gtar zxf /path/to/ActiveTcl-download.tar.gz

In the directory where you extracted the archive, run the installer script, which will automatically select between the GUI or text-based installer depending on your system configuration. After installation, make sure that the directory containing the installed executables (ActiveTcl/bin) is included in your PATH variable.
You may be able to find more help here if it's ActiveTcl you are having the issue with.



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