At 09:24 4/02/2004 +0800, Denis Brown wrote:
>At 00:02 4/02/2004 +0000, Mark Jenkinson wrote:
>>Several people have had problems getting FSL GUIs to run under
>>SUSE linux, but we have now found a way to get all the FSL GUIs to run
>>Note that this might also be useful for other platforms where it is
>>desirable or necessary to use the native tcl/tk installation.
>--with-tixwish=/usr/bin/wish (Fictitious example but you get my meaning,
>I'm sure.) I have looked at the installation scripts for FSL and cannot
Just to clarify... I know there is a note in the README file alluding to
this but it seems that there is still a lot of linking or placing of
libs/bins in appropriate directories. I was hoping there was an easier
way whereby FSL could be told where the packages were rather than having to
have the individual apps compiled to suit FSL. Eg.
- Tcl/Tk (8.3) and Tix (4.1) (configure all three with
configure --prefix=$FSLDIR before installing and compile Tix
with make CC='cc -fwritable-strings').
Perhaps I'm interpreting it incorrectly, in which case I humbly accept your