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DBI module build failed on Unix

by pthiru (Novice)
on Sep 13, 2012 at 05:33 UTC ( #993365=perlquestion: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??
pthiru has asked for the wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question:

Hi Monks, I am building DBI module on unix platform. when I run below command It throws an error like this.
The error text is on my scratchpad
however module build goes fine after this. I am afraid its failing in pre-requestie such as directory.
I am building DBI 1.6 from perl 5.16 (build before).
Pls guide me to solve this issue.

Comment on DBI module build failed on Unix
Re: DBI module build failed on Unix
by mje (Curate) on Sep 13, 2012 at 08:02 UTC

    Your log ended with:

    160 conf priv lib: /opt/OV/nonOV/perl/a/lib/5.16.0 | config sitlib: /o +pt/OV/nonOV/perl/a/lib/site_perl/5.16.0 161 Can't stat /opt/OV/nonOV/perl/a/lib/5.16.0: No such file or direct +ory 162 at Makefile.PL line 316. 163 Can't stat /opt/OV/nonOV/perl/a/lib/5.16.0/i686-linux-thread-multi +: No such file or directory 164 at Makefile.PL line 316. 165 166 I see you're using perl 5.016000 on i686-linux-thread-multi, o +kay. 167 Remember to actually *read* the README file! 168 Use 'make' to build the software (dmake or nmake on Windows). 169 Then 'make test' to execute self tests. 170 Then 'make install' to install the DBI and then delete this wo +rking 171 directory before unpacking and building any DBD::* drivers.

    Although something went wrong the comment in the code at that point says "# this block could probably be removed now". So did you actually type make and see what happened?

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