If you're only problem is being able to type 'make install',
you can still easily use the module.
Assuming you have a shell account on the ISP, do the usual:
UPDATE: see the reply. Those steps work even better.
tar -zxvf GD-1.41.tar.gz
(If you didn't make it this far because of missing libs, etc,
you're out of luck, unless you can download and build those
in your shell directory too. And yes, GD does use XS: notice
the GD.xs file in the distribution.)
Now, in the top of your scripts which want to use GD, do this:
use lib '/home/neil/GD-1.41/blib/lib','/home/neil/GD-1.41/blib/arch';
You'll see a line like this at the top of the test file,
since the tests have to run without the module being
BTW, use lib is like the following, but with more error-checking:
unshift (@INC, 'directory');
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