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Description of problem:
When I was trying to configure my linux kernel using make xconfig,
tcl/tk failed on missing "which" utility. Since which is included in
I was looking for this RPM is my binary distribution, but I did not find it.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Try to configure linux kernel using make xconfig
Actual Results: Missing tk-8.3.5-88.i386.rpm in the phoebe-3 distribution
Expected Results: tk-8.3.5-88.i386.rpm included in the distribution
I am sorry I don't understand your report.
Are you saying "which" (which does live in its own "which" package btw)
was missing, or the tk package?
Both are in Phoebe3 to the best of my knowledge. Indeed this the
report I have heard to the contrary.
Sorry, I was looking for "wish" not "which" utility. "wish" is in the
package which I cannot find in the phoebe-3 distribution.
Ok, can you tell me the url of the ftp/www site you retrieved
phoebe3 from. Did you install/upgrade from iso's or via the net?
I have downloaded phoebe-3 as ISO images from the folowing address:
After that I upgraded the previous phoebe beta. You can check the
/en/os/i386/RedHat/RPMS directory. There is no tk* rpm as I said.
At least I can see
OK, but you were looking into the directory of phoebe and NOT of phoebe-3. Since
I did not
find it in the latest beta, I assumed that you may not include it in the final
That was the point of my bug submission.
Perhaps the directory structure of the mirror changed, or ...
Currently phoebe-3 seems to be a symlinks to phoebe.