As stated in the README file of vtcl for installation on Linux, I tried to run ./configure script in order to find the best possible wish version. However, I am baffled by the error message I get:
: bad interpreter : No such file or directory
Is there any other way of running ./configure script, what am I doing wrong?
I don't have access to a linux system and I haven't yet run vTcl on one,
but if I run the script in Windows under MSYS it looks like it works.
You can try to check if you have /bin/sh and if configure file is set as an
executable (type "chmod +x configure" to make it executable). Check also if
your script has DOS line endings (convert it to unix with "dos2unix configure").
You have to do a "do2unix" to all your tcl-scripts that came with the package.
> dos2unix ./configure.tcl
host:~/vtcl-1.6.1a1> for i in `find . | grep ".tcl"`; do dos2unix $i; done