Post by Ted Troccol » Sat, 30 Nov 1996 04:00:00

Using RedHat 4.0 with 2.0.24 kernel

I want to upgrade my TCL/Tk to the latest version
but would like to use RPM to do so.

I can't find a .rpm file that includes those

Is there a way to use the regular tar.gz files
and let RPM know that I have later versions?


p.s  Post/Email replies please


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I think I may be screwing up somehow as I attempt to upgrade the
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Using Glint, should I be doing an INSTALL, or an UPGRADE?  Or does it
matter?  I used INSTALL and ended up with what appears to be both the
new and the old packages installed. This manifests itself when I
attempt to start FileRunner, which fails to run and reports problems
executing the initialization script.

Anyone else run into this? Suggestions?

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 from wasting time."   -Mr. Neil Young

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