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Old 06-24-2020, 10:54 AM   #1
NakedRider
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Perl-5.32 update of 6/23 created a problem for me


Has anyone else had a problem with the perl-5.32 update from yesterday?
I'm getting an error - Event.C: loadable library and perl binaries are mismatched (got handshake key 0xcd00080, needed 0xed00080).

I have no idea on how to research this so I rolled back to perl-5.30 and everything is working fine.

Thanks for any insight.
 
Old 06-24-2020, 11:03 AM   #2
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this new perl (5.32.0) and the previous perl in current(5.30.3) are binary incompatible, so you should rebuild every third party perl module you have installed, also the ones that are included in bigger packages (like i3 or mlt, for example, still in case you have them installed, obviously).

looking around I've seen the same error you got reported by someone else and it was solved with a rebuild of perl-tk, but YMMV...

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Old 06-24-2020, 11:14 AM   #3
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this new perl (5.32.0) and the previous perl in current(5.30.3) are binary incompatible, so you should rebuild every third party perl module you have installed, also the ones that are included in bigger packages (like i3 or mlt, for example, still in case you have installed, obviously).

looking around I've seen the same error you got reported by someone else and it was solved with a rebuild of perl-tk, but YMMV...
Thank you for your quick reply. I noticed there is an update today for the perl it's a -1 but that didn't help.

You are correct in that re-installing the tk modules fixed the problem. I had to do the same with mysql modules which makes sense based on your response.

Thanks again. Consider this solved.

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