[torqueusers] TCL compile issues

Chris Samuel csamuel at vpac.org
Tue Aug 7 18:03:44 MDT 2007

On Tue, 7 Aug 2007, Chris Vaughan wrote:

> I have a customer that's having some issues trying to compile
> torque with tcl support.  Does anyone have any ideas as to what the
> issue might be caused by?  I'm guessing some tcl libraries may be
> missing or there is a bug with torque.
> qstat.c:107:23: tclExtend.h: No such file or directory

Hmm, the location of that header file is distribution dependant.

On SLES9 you will need to make sure you have the tclx RPM installed 
and then it appears in /usr/include, whereas on Ubuntu (and 
presumably Debian) it's in the tclx8.3-dev and tclx8.4-dev packages 
and thus lives in either or both of:


depending on which version(s) you have installed.  You will then need 
to make sure you're including the right directories with -I for it 
the compiler to find it.

On Fedora (and presumably RHEL) you need to install the tclx-devel RPM 
and then it will be in /usr/include.

Christopher Samuel - (03) 9925 4751 - Systems Manager
 The Victorian Partnership for Advanced Computing
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