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Where can I get wish? I need it for some applications I'm trying to set up on my network. Can't find it anywhere, though.

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wish is the name of the tk interpreter.
You will also need tcl, as tk relies on that.
Most Linux distributions should have a version of tcl/tk on them.
The official tcl/tk home page is at http://www.sunlabs.com/research/tcl
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This was a clear and understandable response, with a URL to use as a base for finding out more about the answer, should I need to.

Thanks a lot!

Barry
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