Re: xconsole question (tkman)
On Sat, 2 May 1998, Adam Shand wrote:
> > > is this a bug or have i done something wrong?
> > Have you compiled your own tk8.0 binaries? If not, you could have the
> > wrong version of the tk8.0 package. Did you use any --force flags on dpkg
> > when installing tkman? You need at least version 8.0p2-2 of the tk8.0
> > package for tkman to work.
> nope, i haven't compiled tk, i'm using the debian package, and i didn't
> force anything. standard happy install.
> ii tk40 4.0p3-5 The Tk toolkit for TCL and X11 v4.0 -
> ii tk41 4.1p1-2 The Tk toolkit for TCL and X11 v4.1 -
> ii tk42 4.2p2-4 The Tk toolkit for TCL and X11 v4.2 -
> ii tk8.0 8.0p2-4 The Tk toolkit for TCL and X11 v8.0 -
> ii tkstep8.0 8.0-1 The NEXTSTEP(tm)-like version of the Tk
> ii tkman 2.0.6-2 A graphical, hypertext, manual page
Weird. It works for me.
ii tk8.0 8.0p2-4 The Tk toolkit for TCL and X11 v8.0 - Run-Ti
ii tkfont 1.1-3 A different xfontsel for displaying fonts.
ii tkinfo 2.0-1 tk/tcl info browser
ii tkman 2.0.6-3 A graphical, hypertext, manual page browser.
Are you sure the 'wish' program from tk8.0 is called? I think you can
actualy remove the tk4* packages if your installation is up-to-date with
hamm. Just try it and see if dselect complains.
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