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RE: [PBML] Can't locate strict.pm in @INC

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  • Paul Archer
    This is getting off-topic for this mailing list. I m a Solaris system admin and instructor. Why don t you mail me personally, and I ll help you with this
    Message 1 of 25 , Sep 27, 2004
      This is getting off-topic for this mailing list. I'm a Solaris system admin
      and instructor. Why don't you mail me personally, and I'll help you with
      this off-list?

      Paul


      10:51am, Bachler, Elisabeth (Elisabeth) wrote:

      > I am using Solaris 5.7. I have never installed Perl before. Is there
      > something you recommand?
      >
      > -----Original Message-----
      > From: Paul Archer [mailto:tigger@...]
      > Sent: viernes, 24 de septiembre de 2004 20:55
      > To: 'perl-beginner@yahoogroups.com'
      > Subject: RE: [PBML] Can't locate strict.pm in @INC
      >
      >
      > 7:53pm, Bachler, Elisabeth (Elisabeth) wrote:
      >
      > >
      > > Sorry... my mistake!
      > > /usr/local/bin/perl is not a directory. Under /usr/local/bin there is an
      > > executable called perl.
      > > Running the command "file perl" I get:
      > >
      > > perl: ELF 32 bits MSB ejecutable SPARC Versisn 1, enlazado
      > > dinamicamente, no quitado
      > > (enlazado dinamicamente, no quitado MEANS dynamically linked, not
      > > removed)
      > >
      > (Actually in English 'no quitado' would be 'not stripped'...)
      >
      > >
      > > The problem is that I was supposed to "own the machine". THe problem is
      > that
      > > the person I think did something is sick... and won't be back for a
      > while!!!
      > >
      > > What do you suggest? I urgently need (like NOW!) to run a test so I can
      > give
      > > the result to the client by Monday!!!!!!
      >
      > Best bet if you can't find the proper directories is to go to
      > www.sunfreeware.org and download a copy of the latest Perl that is there
      > (probably in the Solaris 5.8 directory--which is OK even if you're running
      > Solaris 9).
      > Then gunzip the file and run
      > pkgadd -d name_of_the_file
      >
      > That'll (re)install Perl into /usr/local (/usr/local/bin for binaries,
      > /usr/local/lib for the libraries).
      >
      > Oh, at Sunfreeware, use a mirror (listed on the left). The main site is
      > always overloaded.
      >
      > Paul
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