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This has been asked before, but browsing through earlier threads on the subject (unless I missed some) didnt help much - could someone take a look and let me know what i could do to resolve this error?
I am trying to install IO-Compress-2.062 which requires Compress::Raw::Bzip2 and Compress::Raw::Zlib. I installed both these modules in my home directory -
1) /home/oracle/perl/modules/Compress-Raw-Bzip2-2.062/lib
2) /home/oracle/perl/modules/Compress-Raw-Zlib-2.062/lib
successfully and updated my PERL5LIB env before proceeding to install IO-Compress-2.062

When I run make test for IO-Compress-2.062, it fails with a bunch of errors - first of which is
Error: Compress::Raw::Bzip2 object version 2.020 does not match bootstrap parameter 2.062 at /home/oracle/perl/modules/Compress-Raw-Bzip2-2.062/lib/Compress/Raw/ line 69

I would sincerely appreciate any guidance!!!!!!

In reply to object version does not match bootstrap parameter by lpanokarren

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