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Re: Perl



I agree in using CPAN to install mods. But for a long list like that, I would research how to install it via Bundle::MyBundle.
Find the perlfaq at http://www.cpan.org

Johan Booysen wrote:
I'm not an expert, but this works for me:

# perl -MCPAN -e shell;

Provide answers to configure...

cpan> r

Which gives you a list of Perl modules installed.

cpan> install What::Ever

Which installs whatever Perl modules you want.

-----Original Message-----
From: redhat-list-bounces redhat com
[mailto:redhat-list-bounces redhat com] On Behalf Of Mad Unix
Sent: 11 January 2008 15:49
To: General Red Hat Linux discussion list
Subject: Perl

Am looking to install the following listed Perl modules related to my
qmail
/ postfix server (RHEL5 64bit
 the list of Perl modules related to SpamAssassin on the systems
what would be the best way to install them?

Bundle::NetSNMP
Test::Harness
CPAN
ExtUtils::CBuilder
ExtUtils::MakeMaker
Cwd
File::Temp
List::Util
Test::Simple
Digest::SHAest::SHA
File::HomeDir
Compress::Raw::Zlib
IO::Compress::Base
IO::Compress::Zlib
Compress::Zlib
IO::Zlib
Archive::Tar
Archive::Zip
Net
Term::ReadKey
Term::ReadLine
YAML
Text::Glob
File::Which
HTML::Tagsetset
HTML::Parser
LWP
Net::IP
Digest::SHA1est::SHA1
Digest::HMACest::HMAC
Net::DNS
Pod::Escapes
Pod::Simple
Test::Pod
Digest::BubbleBabbleest: :BubbleBabble
Module::Signaturenature
Time::HiRes
Parse::Syslog
Statistics::Distributions
PAR::Dist
IO::Stringyy
Net::Ident
IP::Country
Sys::Hostname::Long
Net::CIDR::Lite
Mail::SPF::Query
Mail::SpamAssassin
CDB_File


Thanks

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Andrew Bacchi
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Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
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