[ECOS] ecos for ATLAS (MIPS 4Kc)

Jonathan Larmour jifl@eCosCentric.com
Fri Apr 25 19:54:00 GMT 2003

Michael Anburaj wrote:
> Hi,
> I uninstalled TCL/TK that I installed earlier using 
> ActiveTcl8.4.2.0-linux-ix86.tar.gz
> Then from the RedHat linux's Package manager chose "Kernel Development" 
> which also included TCL+Shared libraries. Eureka! Configtool worked 
> after installing this package.
> But this package contains a whole lot of other unwanted stuffs (for now) 
> like the linux source & some stuff. This is taking most of my free disc 
> space.

You shouldn't need the linux source. You should be able to remove that 
using something like "rpm -e kernel-source". You probably selected all the 
kernel development packages, not just TCL so there's probably more than 
that you can get rid of if you know what was installed.

> Please let me know why the installation with 
> ActiveTcl8.4.2.0-linux-ix86.tar.gz did not work?

It's evidently not compatible with Red Hat Linux 9, and/or doesn't provide 
a libtcl.so that the config tool requires sorry.

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