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Old 03-01-2011, 12:02 PM   #1
metallica1973
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Perl Module Installation from one server to an ISO.


Is it possible to just copy over the directories of perl modules if there are going to be copied onto another identical build? I am trying to use AutoBundle on a custom build using SuseStudio and whenever I attempt to to install the bundle via a startup script, I can see that it attempts to configure perl MCPAN first and just stops there:

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perl -MCPAN -'install Bundle::Snapshot_2011_02_28_00.pm' 
So this is where my question comes from. So instead of doing a bundle restore and horsing around with perl MCPAN, I just wanted to install the perl modules in the same directory in my ISO build. Will this work?

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