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Perl/Tk Installation problem

Posted on 2004-09-13
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Hi,
I have installed perl5.8version on my linux machine, I got Tk-800.024.tar.gz for Tk interface.
I am facing some problem, always saying some lines are missing,etc...
I would like to know whether perl5.8 accepts Tk-800.024 version of Tk.
can any one suggest me to get latest version of perl/Tk?.
regards
siva
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Hello
r_sivasankar

Make sure you  install perl TK as
1> Download Tk module from
http://search.cpan.org/author/NI-S/Tk-800.024/
and install

tar xvzf file.tar.gz
make
make test
make install

2> perl -e -MCPAN "install Tk"  

Ronan
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