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Old 08-13-2003, 12:39 AM   #1
jeempc
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Bastille and Perl-Tk


What is the easiest way to install the Perl Tk Module. I have RedHat 9.0 and have tried many different methods-make, make install etc. All with errors-one of the C files was not even complete. It ended with a if(bla bla bla) {
That was the end of the script line number 165???
Finally I tried to rpm it and the list of dependencies is overwhelming.
I can't find it on the RedHat Distro Cd so I was wondering if anyone else has dad any luck.
TIA
JEEM
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p.s I need it for Bastille...
 
Old 08-13-2003, 02:11 AM   #2
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do you have apt4rpm?

http://apt4rpm.sourceforge.net/

There is a repository for rh9, and it has a lot of pkgs that arent in the distro and it handles dependencies.
 
Old 08-13-2003, 11:48 AM   #3
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Bastille and Perl Tk

No I don't . I followed the link and it seemed harder to install that than Perl Tk. Thanks for the link. I guess there is no easy way. Oh well...
Jeem
 
Old 08-13-2003, 12:20 PM   #4
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Howdy,

I was having this problem (a bunch of missing dependencies). There is a link to a chart at the Bastille homepage down by the install intructions:

http://www.bastille-linux.org/perl-rpm-chart.html

(The links don't go to the right pages, but after a bit of searching I found these pages:

http://atrpms.physik.fu-berlin.de/dist/rh9/atrpms/ (install this one first)

http://atrpms.physik.fu-berlin.de/dist/rh9/perl-Tk/
This is perl-tk

Then you can install bastille. (note: I didn't have to install perl-curses either)

Good Luck

-Raxxor

Last edited by raxxor; 08-13-2003 at 12:26 PM.
 
Old 08-13-2003, 08:33 PM   #5
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Many Thanks

That is as easy as it gets. I just rpm'ed two rpm's and bastille worked.
JEEM
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Old 11-01-2003, 06:51 PM   #6
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Hey thanks. I was having the same problem but not now...

Thanks again,
Slappycakes
 
Old 10-11-2007, 05:41 AM   #7
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Hi, please suggest me how to install the perl-Tk module on the "Wind river platform".

Thanks in advance for your valuable suggestions.

Please verify this log once::

I installed both Bastille as well as the perl-Tk, but still I am getting the below WARNING.


rroot@localhost:/usr/src/rpm/RPMS/i686> rpm -qa Bastille
Bastille-3.0.9-1.0.noarch
root@localhost:/usr/src/rpm/RPMS/i686> rpm -qa perl-Tk
perl-Tk-804.027-3.2.el4.rf.i686
root@localhost:/usr/src/rpm/RPMS/i686> bastille -c
ERROR: Could not determine operating system version!
ERROR: Could not determine operating system version!
ERROR: 'unknown' is not a supported operating system.
Valid operating system versions are as follows:
OSX:
'OSX10.2' 'OSX10.3' 'OSX10.4'
HP-UX:
'HP-UX11.00' 'HP-UX11.11' 'HP-UX11.22' 'HP-UX11.23' 'HP-UX11.31'

LINUX:
'DB2.2' 'DB3.0' 'RH6.0' 'RH6.1' 'RH6.2'
'RH7.0' 'RH7.1' 'RH7.2' 'RH7.3' 'RH8.0'
'RH9' 'RHEL4AS' 'RHEL4ES' 'RHEL4WS' 'RHEL3AS'
'RHEL3ES' 'RHEL3WS' 'RHEL2AS' 'RHEL2ES' 'RHEL2WS'
'RHFC1' 'RHFC2' 'RHFC3' 'RHFC4' 'RHFC5'
'MN6.0' 'MN6.1 ' 'MN7.0' 'MN7.1' 'MN7.2'
'MN8.0' 'MN8.1' 'MN8.2' 'MN9.2' 'MN10.0'
'MN10.1' 'MN2006.0' 'SE7.2' 'SE7.3' 'SE8.0'
'SE8.1' 'SE9.0' 'SE9.1' 'SE9.2' 'SE9.3'
'SE10.0' 'SESLES8' 'SESLES9' 'TB7.0'

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
root@localhost:/usr/src/rpm/RPMS/i686> bastille -x
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:
http://www.cpan.org/modules/01modules.index.html
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.
 
Old 10-12-2007, 07:49 PM   #8
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Hah! You are unlikely to get replies here, you're right. For the sake of those who follow, the Wind-River discussion continues here.
 
  


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