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Re: SL -> LS pain
- Subject: Re: SL -> LS pain
- From: Mads Kiilerich <..hidden..>
- Date: Thu, 10 May 2007 08:58:36 +0200
Gavin Carr wrote, On 05/10/2007 04:03 AM:
On Mon, Apr 23, 2007 at 02:47:52AM +1000, Ashley J Gittins wrote:
On Mon, 23 Apr 2007, Phil Rhoades wrote:
but I can't find a perl-Config-Std rpm anywhere (I installed
perl-Config* but that didn't help) . .
I had the same problem on FC6. After some googling I found this package via
It seemed to do the job. IIRC I think it required the perl-version package as
well, but that one is in extras or core so no problem there.
I agree with you though, it is painful to deal with perl packages on
fedora/redhat if you are trying to do things "the distro way" by sticking to
rpms. If anyone has tips on how to manage this (just installing via cpan
isn't really "managing" it) I'd love to hear them - hopefully there is some
trick to using cpan to magically create rpm's or something :-)
In the LedgerSMB rpm all the missing modules are simply extracted and
placed in the top-level LedgerSMB directory. AFAIK it works.
The alternative is to install numerous custom-made system-wide packages.
Even though it is rpms I don't think it is "the distro way"-ish.