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Old 01-27-2012, 05:01 AM   #31
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one last thng it advisable to delete the downloaded rpm perl package once installing it?
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Glad to help, good luck
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Originally Posted by SarahGurung View Post
one last thng it advisable to delete the downloaded rpm perl package once installing it?
Delete it or don't. It's your choice.


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