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    Question libmysqltcl

    I am new to suse and would like to know if anyone knows what package I need to install libmysqltcl*.so (* referring to version so could be libmysqltcl3.05.so).

    I have mysql installed and did a search for libmysql* and nothing.

    Any help appreciated.

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    Default Re: libmysqltcl

    Tell us why you think you need this. More info please. What are you trying to do.
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    Default Re: libmysqltcl

    Running an eggdrop script that requires it.

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    Default Re: libmysqltcl

    First login as root and type: find / -iname "*libmysqltcl*"
    If it doesn't find it then try re-installing Mysql via yast and the tcl/tk librarys.

    Yeah, can't really search for individual lib's. You should be able to tho imho. The libs are made when you install/compile software. You should be looking for what software makes that library. If it didn't make you missed something; i.e. didn't install something that made the lib.

    And don't forget to say your daily prayers to the god known as Google.

    libmysqltcl3.05.so - Google Search
    Debian -- Filelist of package mysqltcl/sid/m68k

    Yeah, the file list in the second link should give it away....

    P.S. Since your new... remember to google the **** out of things before posting.
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    Default Re: libmysqltcl

    I couldn't find what you quote exactly, do you have these
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    OK I see mysql but which tcl/tk libraries? Search for which ones?
    Appreciate the quick responses.

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    When I search for libmysqltcl I get No results.

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    Default Re: libmysqltcl

    My snapshot is deceiving because I actually searched for mysql
    I put libmysqltcl in the search bar after, just as a ref to look at.

    I couldn't find libmysqltcl with the .rpm provides
    I was really suggesting you try adding the libs in my shot.
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    How do I do that?

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    Default Re: libmysqltcl

    Well, open Yast - Software Management
    search mysql
    look at my screen as a ref:

    Now click the box by the start of each package, when done, click Accept in the lower right of the screen.
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