John Looney hath declared on Wednesday the 02 day of February 2005 :-:
> yum install tk
> yum whatprovides /usr/bin/wish
Does that work if tk is not installed ?
I've found apt-file to be a huge help on debian, it pulls down a list
of all files in all available packages, which you can search:
#> apt-get install apt-file
#> apt-file update
#> apt-file search /usr/bin/wish
Mr. Rogers could explain shoe-tying and make it seem like the coolest
thing in the world. He was our Uncle and older brother. He told us we
were special, and we knew he'd be there for us.
A cult leader, right down to the sneakers.
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