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Old 11-01-2004, 04:15 AM   #1
alizard
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Visual Thought installation problems


I'm trying to install the Unix version of Visual Thought diagramming program on Fedora Core 2 using the confluent-1.4-common.tar.gz file after successful experiences with the program within the Windows environment. My experiences with dia persuaded me that trying the unix version of VT would be a very good idea.

Here's what happened when I tried installing it:
[root@terrarium confluent-1.4]# ./install

The following file is not available:

admin/admin_ch.;1

-------------------------------------
I got nowhere when I tried installing the license first:

[root@terrarium bin]# csh confluent_a start
./util-1.4/share/bin/cmd_init: No such file or directory.

Any suggestions? Has anyone else managed to make this work in Linux

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