Julian Field mailscanner at
Sat Nov 13 20:57:19 GMT 2004

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Mark Nienberg wrote:

> On Saturday, November 13, 2004, at 12:21  PM, Julian Field wrote:
>> You may find you have more luck running the ./ instead of
>> the rpm one. This is equivalent to downloading and installing each of
>> the modules using CPAN. But much easier :)
>> I have had problems with the version with some versions
>> of Perl, and so I often use the instead.
> What does the tar script to when it encounters modules that are already
> installed via rpm?

It should just skip them.

>   Should I uninstall the ones that were already
> installed by the rpm script?

Not essential by any means, but it probably wouldn't be a bad idea. Then
they are all installed the same way, which is a good thing.

Julian Field
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