Updating perl cpan
Z Archive-Extract-0.44/t/src/Archive-Extract-0.44/t/src/Archive-Extract-0.44/t/src/Archive-Extract-0.44/t/src/Archive-Extract-0.44/t/src/Archive-Extract-0.44/t/src/Archive-Extract-0.44/t/src/bz2 Archive-Extract-0.44/t/src/xz Archive-Extract-0.44/t/src/Archive-Extract-0.44/t/src/gz Archive-Extract-0.44/t/src/Archive-Extract-0.44/t/src/Archive-Extract-0.44/t/src/Archive-Extract-0.44/t/src/gz Archive-Extract-0.44/t/src/x.bz2 Archive-Extract-0.44/t/01_Archive-Extract.t Archive-Extract-0.44/MANIFEST Archive-Extract-0.44/CHANGES Archive-Extract-0.44/lib Archive-Extract-0.44/lib/Archive Archive-Extract-0.44/lib/Archive/Archive-Extract-0.44/README Archive-Extract-0.44/Makefile.PL Archive-Extract-0.44/CPAN: File:: Temp loaded ok (v0.18) Warning (usually harmless): 'YAML' not installed, will not store persistent state CPAN.pm: Going to build B/BI/BINGOS/Archive-Extract-0.44gz Checking if your kit is complete...Now let me get into the cpan shell like below; upgrade CPAN: Storable loaded ok (v2.18) CPAN: LWP:: User Agent loaded ok (v5.813) CPAN: Time:: Hi Res loaded ok (v1.9711) I would like to connect to one of the following sites to get 'authors/01gz': ftp://org/pub/CPAN/ Is it OK to try to connect to the Internet?[yes] Fetching with LWP: Going to read /home/bhaskar/.cpan/sources/authors/01gz ............................................................................
Hm, citation: "CPAN libraries in twiki's twiki/lib/CPAN (technically speaking, twiki/lib/CPAN/lib ) directory are automatically detected and used by TWiki; you don't have to do anything else! o conf make_arg -I/home/twiki/lib/CPAN o conf make_install_arg -I/home/twiki/lib/CPAN o conf makepl_arg "install_base=/home/twiki/lib/CPAN LIB=/home/twiki/lib/CPAN/lib INSTALLPRIVLIB=/home/twiki/lib/CPAN/lib INSTALLARCHLIB=/home/twiki/lib/CPAN/lib/arch INSTALLSITEARCH=/home/twiki/lib/CPAN/lib/arch INSTALLSITELIB=/home/twiki/lib/CPAN/lib INSTALLSCRIPT=/home/twiki/lib/CPAN/bin INSTALLBIN=/home/twiki/lib/CPAN/bin INSTALLSITEBIN=/home/twiki/lib/CPAN/bin INSTALLMAN1DIR=/home/twiki/lib/CPAN/man/man1 INSTALLSITEMAN1DIR=/home/twiki/lib/CPAN/man/man1 INSTALLMAN3DIR=/home/twiki/lib/CPAN/man/man3 INSTALLSITEMAN3DIR=/home/twiki/lib/CPAN/man/man3" o conf commit q If you are behind a hefty firewall and cannot run CPAN and your Unix machine does not have ready made packages available the method is to manually install the package. I am unable to force the install as I am using a hosted web service and do not have root access. t/g4_dbfile_json...............51/101 (in cleanup) Dumping circular structures is not supported with JSON:: Syck at /home/opeongon/.cpan/build/CGI-Session-4.20-Nox69o/blib/lib/CGI/Session/Serialize/line 18. So if you're running on that and have root access just run "aptitude install libcgi-session-perl liberror-perl libfreezethaw-perl libgd-gd2-perl libhtml-tree-perl libtime-modules-perl" and you're done. Some packages contains binary compiled modules and requires a fully working Perl and C development environment (including a C compiler and make tool). Seems to be known as well at CGI:: Session / Debian also has dh-make-perl ; if the repos don't have the cpan module, you can always make it yourself. The TWiki package contains most required non-standard CPAN modules.Usually you have to install a few extra CPAN modules to use all the features in TWiki.
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CPAN has become a mixture of upgrades as standard pakages in Fedora/Cent OS/Ubuntu, as well as the standard CPAN channels.