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Fadia Almarei
Super Advisor

tclsh

Dear All
i need to add a file to my redhat linux9 system which is tclsh, how to add it ,and from where ,also i have a problem that the mozilla can not work and it say that the file mozilla does not found .
BR
fadia.marei
5 REPLIES
Muthukumar_5
Honored Contributor

Re: tclsh

Is it a system script to be used from any where?

Then, put it in /usr/bin/ so that it can be accessed there. Depends upon PATH settings file execution will be searched there.

Try to check as, whereis mozilla so that it will give the binary location, if it is there., and check with find command too as,

find / -name "mozilla"

Sometimes, if you did not export path in PATH variable shell will not that ,

mozilla does not found like that.


Easy to suggest when don't know about the problem!
Fadia Almarei
Super Advisor

Re: tclsh

but the file is not found in the /usr/bin , and i do not know from where to get this file (is is needed to be installed or copying it from another system is sufficient),
i try to copy it from another linux system but it is sympolic linked with another system .
please advice
fadia.marei
Muthukumar_5
Honored Contributor

Re: tclsh

While execution of whereis as,
# whereis mozilla
mozilla: /usr/bin/mozilla /usr/lib/mozilla /usr/local/bin/mozilla /usr/include/mozilla

you have to get this .. like that. Else you are not having mozilla in your system.

Check with rpm command as,
# rpm -qa | grep mozilla
mozilla-mail-0.7-15
kdebindings-kmozilla-2.1.1-1
mozilla-0.7-15
mozilla-psm-0.7-15
mozilla-devel-0.7-15


Get the RPM or source and build it to use.

mozilla will be there redhat cd rpm's there. So that it will install mozilla

rpm -ivh

rpm -qa | grep mozilla

So that you can know mozilla is there in our system.
Easy to suggest when don't know about the problem!
Govind_3
Regular Advisor

Re: tclsh

You can download firefox from this link
and you could then create symlinks to /usr/bin/mozilla---> to where ever you load your binaries.

http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/firefox/releases/0.10/firefox-1.0PR-i686-linux-gtk2+xft-installer.tar.gz


-Goodluck
Govind
Govind_3
Regular Advisor

Re: tclsh

Oh yea and for the tclsh part first see if any binaries are loaded for tclsh
rpm -qal | grep tcl
You should have the rpms in I think cd2/cd3 of RHT9 if I am not mistaken.
-Goodluck
Govind