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What package do I need to install when I get "wish" error?

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I've recently installed a Digi Terminal Server's drivers on my Fedora machine. There is a GUI based configuration program that is installed with it.

However, when I try to run the program I get an error as below:

exec: wish: not found

What package do I need to install, and how do I install it, to make this work?

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I installed a tcl packages on my machine and no longer have this issue.
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