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Old 07-16-2005, 03:59 PM   #1
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pflogsumm can't locate Date/ in @INC

I am attempting to get pflogsumm to work but it cannot find the module in @INC.

Can't locate Date/ in @INC (@INC contains:...
I installed the module with CPAN and have verified its existence.

$perl -V
Compile-time options: USE_LARGE_FILES
Built under linux
Compiled at Jul  6 2005 12:32:44
Am I missing something here or should the path to be included in @INC? Is there a way to update @INC? My experience with perl is very limited.

Fedora Core 1
Perl 5.8.7
pflogsumm 1.1.0
Old 01-23-2009, 01:00 PM   #2
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Use Calc::Pcalc instead

Hi, I had a similar error:
"Can't locate loadable object for module Date::Calc in @INC"

I think "Date::Calc" is not pure perl, and so the architecture I was trying my perl script on (Solaris) was not running it even though my script would run under Windows XP.

I just used the pure perl "Date::Pcalc" package instead, and only had to change ONE line in my perl script:

"use Date::Calc" to "use Date::Pcalc"

I think Pcalc is an exact replica of Date::Calc, but ALL perl code.

Get the module at:


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