Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 456738
expectk: Application initialization failed: version conflict for package "Tcl": have 8.5.2, need exactly 8.5
Last modified: 2013-01-30 23:31:37 EST
$ expectk -version
expectk version 5.43.0
Application initialization failed: version conflict for package "Tcl": have
8.5.2, need exactly 8.5
From Don Libes, the author of expect!
try to click on any button. Nothing!!
Worked fine on FC8...
With Fedora 10:
Application initialization failed: version conflict for package "Tcl": have 8.5.3, need exactly 8.5
Also, tkpasswd et al is the same (try to click an any button) from Comment #1!!!
There is a workround. Change:
package require Expect
*** Bug 506793 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
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The issue is fixed in Rawhide.
Note that expectk is not supported by upstream any more... But the patch is discussed, so I decided to use it in Fedora.