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RE: Installation Error on RHEL5

From: Raghu Kumar C <raghukumar.c_at_tavant.com>
Date: Mon, 1 Jun 2009 11:46:04 +0530


        I downloaded the CPAN module from this path http://search.cpan.org/~dland/File-Path-2.07/Path.pm and used 'make' to build and install it.

My @INC (perl -V) reads like this:
  Built under linux
  Compiled at Oct 23 2007 12:21:47

The perldoc perllocal command gives me this output:
PERLLOCAL(1) User Contributed Perl Documentation PERLLOCAL(1)

       Wed May 27 19:42:52 2009: "Module" File::Path

       Â· "installed into: /usr/lib/perl5/5.8.8"

       Â· "LINKTYPE: dynamic"

       Â· "VERSION: 2.07"

       Â· "EXE_FILES: "

perl v5.8.8 2009-05-27 PERLLOCAL(1)


> On May 30, 2009, at 12:59, Raghu Kumar C wrote:
> > Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> >
> >> On May 29, 2009, at 09:29, Raghu Kumar C wrote:
> >>
> >>> I get this error when I am trying to install the Subversion
> >>> Tools rpm on RHEL5.
> >>>
> >>> Here it is:
> >>> -----------------
> >>>
> >>> [root_at_xxxx subversion-rhel5-1.6.1]# rpm -ivf
> >>> subversion-tools-1.6.2-1.i386.rpm
> >>> error: Failed dependencies:
> >>> perl(File::Path) >= 1.0404 is needed by
> >>> subversion-tools-1.6.2-1.i386
> >>
> >> It appears you are being told that a newer version of the File::Path
> >> CPAN module is required. Have you tried updating it?
> >
> > Thank you for replying. I forgot to mention that I had already
> > installed the File::Path perl module from CPAN site. The version is
> > 2.07. Even after that I get this error.
> Hm. Then I suppose either the version checking code in rpm is wrong,
> or rpm is not looking for File::Path in the place where you installed
> it with CPAN. Are there multiple CPAN installs on your system? How
> did you install File::Path 2.07? Did you run the cpan command
> directly, or do it through an rpm? I'm not familiar with RHEL so I
> don't know what's usual there.

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