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Re^2: Error: First Perl initiative

by meraxes (Friar)
on Dec 12, 2007 at 02:59 UTC ( #656540=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: Error: First Perl initiative
in thread Error: First Perl initiative

I can confirm that there is a PPM package for it. Just installed it myself with no problems.


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Re^3: Error: First Perl initiative
by Erez (Curate) on Dec 12, 2007 at 08:51 UTC

    I tried the install, and can't find it on PPM version 4.01 with ActivePerl

    WARNING: Can't find any package that provide Crypt-SSLeay for Finance-Quote

    Is there a way to tell PPM where to find it?

    Software speaks in tongues of man; I debug, therefore I code.

      Ah. Forgot about that. You'll need to add as a repository source. ActiveState doesn't have a permit to distribute them.

Re^3: Error: First Perl initiative
by wirefree (Initiate) on Dec 13, 2007 at 05:17 UTC
    Could you please confirm your PPM. I am employing EngInSite PPM.

      I confess to not knowing anything about EngInSite but it's a development environment, not your installation of Perl. It It doesn't come with it's own Perl interpreter so from the sound of what you're saying it's running ActiveStates ppm behind the scenes with the force option to ignore a dependency check.

      You can try opening a shell window (DOS-like environment by going to Start-> My Programs -> Accessories -> Command Prompt) and try the following two commands:

      ppm repo add ppm install Crypt-SSLeay

      See if that fixes you up. You may want to try re-installing the Finance::* modules after that to see if that's resolved the problem.


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