Sorry to be so tardy with my reply ... I'm working 18/24 at the moment!
My perl -v is EXACTLY the same as yours.
I decided to try a fresh install so I:
1.) Installed Perl (Same as above) on my other workstation (also W2k PRO)
2.) Downloaded all the ActiveState 8xx .ppm modules & created a local repository (have to do that, the firewall doesn't like ppm)
3.) Fired up PPM shell:
3.a) search *
3.b) install 1 - 2510
5.) Received original error message right at end! Just once.
6.) Tested ... modules seem to be installed fine!
7.) Scratched head in puzzlement ... AGAIN!
I do NOT get this problem on my Win98 system at home. Haven't tried the Redhat one.
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