CentOS-5 and Perl

Michael St. Laurent mikes at hartwellcorp.com
Fri Nov 7 21:28:46 GMT 2008

So, has a good workaround been found for the file conflicts with the
Perl package?  Every time I do a MailScanner update I see a bunch of
messages such as "file /usr/bin/instmodsh from install of
perl-ExtUtils-MakeMaker-6.32-1 conflicts with file from package
perl-5.8.8-10.el5_2.3"  Likewise, when I do a yum update and there is a
new perl package available I do the clunky uninstall, update perl, then
reinstall workaround.

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