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I am having trouble ugrading to ver 3.2.  When I try to install XFree86-XF86Setup-3.2-1.i386.rpm(I am using redhat)
it gives me a dependency error:
libtcl.so is needed by XFree86-XF86Setup-3.2-1
        libtk.so is needed by XFree86-XF86Setup-3.2-1
Where can I find those files?
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You need Tcl/Tk libraries. Download the latest and most stable release from http://www.smli.com/research/tcl/
You can force instalation of a package with
`rpm -i --nodeps` command.
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