"yum list available ruby\*"
 did indeed show ruby-tcltk.i386

I'm kindof surprised here, as the centos installer didn't show or make
that available at all.

Hu.

Thanks a lot!

Although it does make me wonder, if you can add this after the fact
with a package, shouldn't there be instructions somewhere to build it
on your own after the fact?


--Kyle

On Wed, Apr 23, 2008 at 2:57 PM, Albert Schlef <albertschlef / gmail.com> wrote:
> My Ubuntu's ruby, too, didn't come installed with ruby-tk. I used my
>  package manager to install it. Your package manager is 'yum', I think.
>  Have you tried somethng along of 'yum install ruby-tk' ?
>  --
>  Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.
>
>