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Re: Seeking Help to Install Emacspeak for Friend



Thanks everybody who responded to my plea for help.  It did turn out to be
tclx needed installing.  I could find only source code for tclx and was on
my way down another rat hole, until I discovered the tclx rpm package tucked
away on the second RH 7.2 install disk.  Emacspeak began working immediately
after moving the file and running rpm. Now I can get down to learning
emacspeak!

Thanks again for everybody's help.

Regards, Patrick Gordon

----- Original Message -----
From: "Yvonne Smith" <yvonne@thewatch.net>
To: "Patrick Gordon" <pcgordon@mediaone.net>
Cc: <emacspeak@cs.vassar.edu>
Sent: Sunday, January 27, 2002 9:43 PM
Subject: Seeking Help to Install Emacspeak for Friend


> I'm no expert with redhat anymore, and I've never really had any trouble
> installing emacspeak, but you'll need to install both tcl and tclx to
> get emacspeak to work. The fact that tcl isn't found sounds to me like
> you haven't got either. Type tcl at a prompt and if it doesn't load
> anything, that's what's going on. INstall both the tcl and tclx rpm's
> and any dependencies and then give it another try.
>
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