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Old 12-05-2004, 05:46 PM   #1
marsguy
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wish command not found


hello ...

I have Fedora core1

I tried to install amsn but I faced a problem, I didn't face this problem with RedHat 7.2 !!

I downloaded amsn-0_94, I ./configure it and everything went fine, but when I tried #wish amsn command or ./amsn both didn't work !!!!!!

[root@localhost amsn-0_94]# wish amsn
bash: wish: command not found


I wonder why wish command is not found?

thanx in advance
 
Old 12-05-2004, 06:16 PM   #2
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Is it in your path? Better yet, is it even installed?
 
Old 12-05-2004, 06:32 PM   #3
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my problem is with the WISH, please tell me why doesn't it work?

I used to make the same steps in Red Hat 7.2 and everything went fine!

thanx
 
Old 12-05-2004, 08:46 PM   #4
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Quote:
Originally posted by marsguy
my problem is with the WISH, please tell me why doesn't it work?

I used to make the same steps in Red Hat 7.2 and everything went fine!
I realize your problem is with WISH, you don't need to shout. Like I said though and according to your error which should be read with some common sense, is it in your users path? This error your recieving could also point out that its not even installed even, like I mentioned in my previous post.

Unless your using Redhat 7.2 now which probably came with wish by default or in the default installation, what your using now most likely doesn't have it. What distro are you using now? Is wish in your path? Is it installed? Have you even looked for it?
 
Old 12-06-2004, 04:54 AM   #5
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Oh my God!

I am awfully sorry, I made you think that I was shouting!

I wasn't shouting, I just wrote WISH in capital letters bceause when I searched for this problem over the internet I got many results assuming that wish is like the verb hope!

I just wanted to distinguish '#wish' the command.

again I am sorry for this little misunderstanding.

thank you for your answer, I will see about it when I come back, but now I am in a hurry, I just wanted to apologize!

Thank you trickykid for your help!
 
  


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