Error loading some perl modules on spamassassin
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Sat Jun 24 01:02:30 IST 2006
There isn't any "registration" system for modules, you just have to
make sure the relevant *.pm files appear in the @INC path somewhere.
Do a "perl -V" and it will show you the @INC path so you know where
"perl -v" prints the version number and a little info, "perl -V"
prints a whole lot more info.
On Sat24 Jun 06, at 00:29, Rafael Vallejo wrote:
> Julian and Logan,
> Thanks for the respnse unfortunatelly I can not just simply use
> CPAN or any script like yours Julian because I'm embeeding this on
> a system that does not have a shell prompt son on the target system
> I can not install things this way,m on a normal Linux system I
> successfully installed spamassassin, nut I have to copy to this
> device spamassassin file by file manually, so something is missing
> there and need to identify it.
> Julian you made an installation program, so I guess you know how to
> make it low level what does it need to register copy or what ever
> those moules so it knows they exists.
> Hope to hear from you soon
> Julian Field escribió:
>> If you install SpamAssassin from my easy-to-install ClamAV+SA
>> package available from www.mailscanner.info (the downloads page)
>> then it will take care of installing all the required modules for
>> you, as well as lots of setup tweaks you need to do to make it
>> all work properly.
>> On Fri23 Jun 06, at 17:32, Rafael Vallejo wrote:
>>> Hello list.
>>> I have a problem with spamassassin and is that some perl modules
>>> I got messages like this
>>>  dbg: diag: module not installed: LWP::UserAgent
>>> ('require' failed)
>>> UserAgent is a module among others I want to use, I installed by
>>> hand spamassasin and have no other choice, LWP and all the
>>> modules it need is there in where it is supposed to be /usr/lib/
>>> perl5/ vendor_perl/5.8.1/LWP, but spamassasin does not locate it
>>> my guess is that perl or spamassassin does not get the path for
>>> LWP for some reason.
>>> Is there any file in where Perl and/or spamassasin look to know
>>> where modules are loaded?
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