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Um, really? Did you run ../perl/bin/relocateperl or ../perl/bin/citrusutils or ../perl/bin/perl -V or as instructed? ->

README.txt, updated 2012-10-10

--------------------------------------------------- Citrus Perl Releases --------------------------------------------------- Citrus Perl is a binary distribution of Perl with pre-built modules for wxPerl built against both the wxWidgets 2.8.x stable branch and the latest 2.9.x development branch. The current release version of Citrus Perl is built with Perl 5.16.1. It is targetted at users wishing to develop wxPerl GUI applications or Tk users wishing to migrate. Other modules provided include: DBD::Pg DBD::mysql DBD::SQLite Tk GD The main distributions are provided as archives named in the format citrusperl-standard-51601-linux-x86-016.tar.gz where: standard = The flavour of Citrus Perl. Available flavours are standard - the normal distribution for Windows, Linux RHEL 5 and above ( all recent Linux distributions ), OSX - Intel Macs running 10.6 Snow Leopard or greater. el3 - a distribution that will run on RHEL 3 and 4 ubuntults - a Linux distribution that uses the latest libraries and features available on recent Linux distros. Notably this includes wxWebView. Built on Ubuntu LTS (currently 12.04) this distribution can be used on other recent releases such as Fedora 17 universal - a distribution for OSX 10.5 both ppc and Intel Macs 51601 = the version of Perl (5.16.1 in this case) linux = The operating system (linux/osx/msw) x86 = Architecture. Linux and Windows archives are given the architectures x86 (32 bit) and x64 (64 bit x84_64/amd64). For OSX architectures can be u32 (ppc & i386 universal binaries), i32 (Intel only 32 bit i386 binaries) or i64 (Intel only 64 bit x86_64 binaries). 017 = the Citrus release number. ----------------------------------------------------- INSTALLATION ----------------------------------------------------- To install Citrus Perl, extract the archive to the desired location an then to complete the installation run the Citrus Perl Utilities ../perl/bin/citrusutils on Linux and Windows. For MacOSX open the application ../perl/bin/Citrus Perl Utilites in Finder. The Citrus Perl Utilities application includes help that gives further information on Citrus Perl usage. By running the Utilities application the first time you relocate the Perl distribution so you must do this. You may change the name of the top level folder from 'perl' if you wish but you must do so before Citrus Perl has been relocated. (before you run the utilties application) ----------------------------------------------------- LINUX INSTALLATION NOTES ----------------------------------------------------- After installation the application may have a segmentation fault on startup. This is because of missing runtime libraries on your system, normally for freeglut and with unbuntults flavours for webkit. For freeglut yum install freeglut or apt-get install freeglut3 For ubuntults flavour with wxWebView yum install webkitgtk or apt-get install libwebkitgtk-1.0

In reply to Re^3: Unable to install Tk module on Win7 by Anonymous Monk
in thread Unable to install Tk module on Win7 by slugger415

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