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Old 11-29-2004, 12:05 AM   #1
m0onst3r
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Wish?


Linuxquestions,

I am trying to install amsn from an rpm and I get the following error message.

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[root@Somebox.home.net Downloads]# rpm -Uhv amsn-0.90-1.i386.rpm
error: Failed dependencies:
        /usr/bin/wish is needed by amsn-0.90-1
What is /usr/bin/wish? I have tried doing some searches for it on Google and have not found any good information on it. Any information on what it is and where I could get it would be wonderful.
 
Old 11-29-2004, 01:29 AM   #2
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Quote:
From the FAQ
Q: How do I install and run amsn on unix/linux?
A: Just download the amsn-x_xx.tar.gz file. Untar it with the command:
gzip -d amsn-x_xx.tar.gz
tar xvf amsn-x_xx.tar
It will create an msn/ directory, and amsn is installed and ready to run.
To launch it, do:
cd msn
./amsn
or if this doesn't work, try
wish amsn
If wish command doesn't exist, then you don't have tcl/tk correctly installed.
If "wish amsn" works, but "./amsn" doesn't, edit 'amsn' file and set the
correct path to 'wish' in the first line. By default it's set to:
/usr/bin/wish
 
Old 11-29-2004, 01:39 AM   #3
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Wish is part of the tk package , u should find it in ur distro cds
 
  


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