Tktable 2.9 makefile problem
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Eric P ▴ 10
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Hello, I am sorry to bother everybody but I have been trying to solve this problem to long with no success, it is probably something really simple but I simply cannot find the answer. I have a question on how to get bioconductor running properly on Ubuntu 11.10 as I have tried everything it seems like and I keep on getting this message. But before I go farther can you please email and say that you will help me with this because nobody seems to want to help or know how to. "Cannot find Tcl/Tk package "Tktable". affylmGUI cannot conitnue...." I have installed BWidget like it tells me to. I have tried to install Tktable 2.9 but cannot. When I try to do so I cannot run the make file properly. Then I have ran ./configure > output and gotten /Tktable2.9$ ./configure > output > configure: WARNING: "Cannot find Tcl configuration definitions" And at this point I have really no idea what to do...So please some one help me.... Below is what happening when I try to install Tktable 2.9 I might be a bit absentminded because I am a PhD student and am quite busy but I hope I can answer back as soon as someone gets in touch with me. Cheers, Eric tar zxf Tktable2.9.tar.gz >> cd Tktable2.9 >> ./configure >> make >> sudo make install >> >> But when I run the command it says there is no make file. >> >> The directory looks like this >> >> aclocal.m4 configure.in library README.blt TODO.txt >> ChangeLog demos license.txt README.txt unix >> config.log doc mac tclconfig UPGRADING.txt >> configure generic Makefile.in tests win >> >> >> and this is what happens when I run the make command >> >> >> :~/Downloads/Tktable2.9$ make >> make: *** No targets specified and no makefile found. Stop. >> >>
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Did you install the Tk and Tcl dev packages? -----Original Message----- From: bioconductor-bounces@r-project.org [mailto:bioconductor- bounces@r-project.org] On Behalf Of Eric P Sent: Sunday, April 01, 2012 3:52 PM To: bioconductor at r-project.org Subject: [BioC] Tktable 2.9 makefile problem Hello, I am sorry to bother everybody but I have been trying to solve this problem to long with no success, it is probably something really simple but I simply cannot find the answer. I have a question on how to get bioconductor running properly on Ubuntu 11.10 as I have tried everything it seems like and I keep on getting this message. But before I go farther can you please email and say that you will help me with this because nobody seems to want to help or know how to. "Cannot find Tcl/Tk package "Tktable". affylmGUI cannot conitnue...." I have installed BWidget like it tells me to. I have tried to install Tktable 2.9 but cannot. When I try to do so I cannot run the make file properly. Then I have ran ./configure > output and gotten /Tktable2.9$ ./configure > output > configure: WARNING: "Cannot find Tcl configuration definitions" And at this point I have really no idea what to do...So please some one help me.... Below is what happening when I try to install Tktable 2.9 I might be a bit absentminded because I am a PhD student and am quite busy but I hope I can answer back as soon as someone gets in touch with me. Cheers, Eric tar zxf Tktable2.9.tar.gz >> cd Tktable2.9 >> ./configure >> make >> sudo make install >> >> But when I run the command it says there is no make file. >> >> The directory looks like this >> >> aclocal.m4 configure.in library README.blt TODO.txt >> ChangeLog demos license.txt README.txt unix >> config.log doc mac tclconfig UPGRADING.txt >> configure generic Makefile.in tests win >> >> >> and this is what happens when I run the make command >> >> >> :~/Downloads/Tktable2.9$ make >> make: *** No targets specified and no makefile found. Stop. >> >> _______________________________________________ Bioconductor mailing list Bioconductor at r-project.org https://stat.ethz.ch/mailman/listinfo/bioconductor Search the archives: http://news.gmane.org/gmane.science.biology.informatics.conductor
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@martin-morgan-1513
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On 04/01/2012 12:52 PM, Eric P wrote: > Hello, > > I am sorry to bother everybody but I have been trying to solve this > problem to long with no success, it is probably something really > simple but I simply cannot find the answer. > > I have a question on how to get bioconductor running properly on for what it's worth, you are having difficulties with a contributed package, not with Bioconductor per se. > Ubuntu 11.10 as I have tried everything it seems like and I keep on > getting this message. But before I go farther can you please email and > say that you will help me with this because nobody seems to want to > help or know how to. > > "Cannot find Tcl/Tk package "Tktable". affylmGUI cannot conitnue...." > > I have installed BWidget like it tells me to. > > I have tried to install Tktable 2.9 but cannot. When I try to do so I > cannot run the make file properly. Then I have ran ./configure> > output and gotten /Tktable2.9$ ./configure> output >> configure: WARNING: "Cannot find Tcl configuration definitions" Before going down the 'install Tktable from source' route, I'd check with my package manager whether there was a tktable package available; it seems like there would be http://packages.ubuntu.com/search?keywords=tktable If that were to fail, then I might download the 2.10 version from http://sourceforge.net/projects/tktable/files/tktable/; 2.10 was apparently released in 2008 so doesn't seem too cutting-dedge. I see this Tktable2.10> ./configure checking for correct TEA configuration... ok (TEA 3.7) checking for Tcl configuration... configure: error: Can't find Tcl configuration definitions Since I have tcl/tk installed (right)? I went looking for tclConfig.sh (because in the README it says that it will use tkConfig.sh, and I'm guessing that it is also using something called tclConfig.sh) Tktable2.10> locate tclConfig.sh /usr/lib64/itclConfig.sh /usr/lib64/tclConfig.sh and take a peak at Tktable2.10> ./configure --help so guess at Tktable2.10> ./configure --with-tcl=/usr/lib64 checking for correct TEA configuration... ok (TEA 3.7) checking for Tcl configuration... found /usr/lib64/tclConfig.sh checking for existence of /usr/lib64/tclConfig.sh... loading checking for Tk configuration... configure: error: Can't find Tk configuration definitions which is a little progress, so repeating but for tkConfig.sh Tktable2.10> ./configure --with-tcl=/usr/lib64 --with-tk=/usr/lib64 ... config.status: creating Makefile and then Tktable2.10> make seems to work. I would go on to say make install, but would want to make sure that I did not need to change, at the ./configure stage, --prefix or --eprefix for my system. Martin > > And at this point I have really no idea what to do...So please some > one help me.... > > Below is what happening when I try to install Tktable 2.9 > > I might be a bit absentminded because I am a PhD student and am quite > busy but I hope I can answer back as soon as someone gets in touch > with me. > > Cheers, > Eric > > tar zxf Tktable2.9.tar.gz >>> cd Tktable2.9 >>> ./configure >>> make >>> sudo make install >>> >>> But when I run the command it says there is no make file. >>> >>> The directory looks like this >>> >>> aclocal.m4 configure.in library README.blt TODO.txt >>> ChangeLog demos license.txt README.txt unix >>> config.log doc mac tclconfig UPGRADING.txt >>> configure generic Makefile.in tests win >>> >>> >>> and this is what happens when I run the make command >>> >>> >>> :~/Downloads/Tktable2.9$ make >>> make: *** No targets specified and no makefile found. Stop. >>> >>> > > _______________________________________________ > Bioconductor mailing list > Bioconductor at r-project.org > https://stat.ethz.ch/mailman/listinfo/bioconductor > Search the archives: http://news.gmane.org/gmane.science.biology.informatics.conductor -- Computational Biology Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center 1100 Fairview Ave. N. PO Box 19024 Seattle, WA 98109 Location: M1-B861 Telephone: 206 667-2793
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