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chaya112233 08-12-2010 01:07 AM

problem in installing the perl package
 
hi .. am creating a perl third party package and using in my other program. If i install the package with standard 4 commands ie.,
1)perl Makefile.PL
2)make
3)make test
4)make install

package has not installed properly. If i try to copy the package to the threads generated by perl -V command, then am able to get install the package, but i want to install the package by the standard 4 commands. Please give me a solution what may be wrong. I am using 36 bits OS , perl version is v5.8.5 and OS am using is "Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS release 4 (Nahant Update 6)". Thank you for your help in advance

Sergei Steshenko 08-12-2010 01:14 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by chaya112233 (Post 4063746)
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package has not installed properly.
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You haven't posted any error messages.
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Did you run 'make install' as 'root' ?

chaya112233 08-12-2010 11:29 PM

problem in installing the perl package
 
Hi Sergei.,
Thanks for your reply ... i installed the package as root user only and i executed all those 4 commands. I did not get any error after installed the package, but whatever modification i have done in the package are not getting affected. Please help me..

Regards
Chaya

Sergei Steshenko 08-13-2010 04:31 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by chaya112233 (Post 4064819)
Hi Sergei.,
Thanks for your reply ... i installed the package as root user only and i executed all those 4 commands. I did not get any error after installed the package, but whatever modification i have done in the package are not getting affected. Please help me..

Regards
Chaya


I can't help you if I do not see messages on screen. I.e. copy-paste all the messages.

Only 'make install' requires root privileges.


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