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how to install and use perl modules without root access

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Submitted on: 7/18/2003 9:45:01 PM
By: Bruno Martins 
Level: Beginner
User Rating: By 1 Users
Compatibility:5.0 (all versions), 4.0 (all versions), 3.0 (all versions), Pre 3.0

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     This article will show how to install a perl module in different folder and use it from there. Like this it is not necessary to have root access in a unox box.

 
 
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After downloading the package with te module:

untar the file.

in the created folder:

perl Makefile.pl PREFIX=<path to folder where you want to install the module>

make install PREFIX=<path to folder where you want to install the module>

in the scripts that use the module before calling use add the following line:

use lib "<path to the folder where you installed the module;"; If you find this useful, vote on it. Thank you.


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7/23/2003 9:37:14 AM:
I would love to give the "how to install a perl module in different folder and use it from there" a try. I see no download of any files for Makefile.pl or any other on page http://www.Planet-Source-Code.com/vb/scr ipts/ShowCode.asp?txtCodeId=492&lngWId=6 to try this. Can you please send me a copy at support@designerwiz.com ? Thank you. Ray
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7/26/2003 12:23:44 PM:EddyPearson
MakeFile.pl is part of the perl dist nice tut btw
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8/14/2003 7:33:52 AM:Amadeus Gorion
but some modules want to access other modules.... it is a real problem....
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