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Old 06-15-2002, 12:25 PM   #1
Arch-Aradiel
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installing DB FILE


Could some one quickly send a quick step by step guide on how to install DB FILE to perl on a Linux server.

(sounds really lame, but I'm not a Unix man I'm trying to guide my ISP (who is new to his server) through the installation of a perl component for use with one of my scripts after we recently changed web servers)

it would be easy on this server because I would just start my perl package manager and type "install DB_File"

I just need the equivilent in Linux

thank you
 
  


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