Hummm, I don't think there is a straight forward way
to determine that. you could do a find:
find / -name pgaccess.tcl -print
If it is an rpm based distro, then you could try:
rpm -qa |grep -i pgaccess
and, if it is a relatively new version, you can just
type on the command line
you will need to have Tcl/Tk installed on the machine.
p.s. there is a separate pgaccess mailing list if you
would want to join that: www.pgaccess.org
--- "Motsoeneng Paseka * Spoornet (GP)"
> Greatings from South Africa
> My knowledge of Linux(Red Hat 9) is very little so
> please bear with me is=
> some of the questions don't make sense.
> (1)How do check whether pgaccess is already
> installed on my PC or not?
> (2)If its installed how do I run it?
> Thank you.
> - Paseka
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