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Did you by any chance install DBI as root, while having a umask of 077? In that case, one or more directories may have permission drwx------, making the files in them accessable to root, but not to any other user.

I've been bitten by this many, many times, and it always bugs me that 'make install' isn't very DWIMish, and doesn't make files/directories readable by world by default.

Abigail


In reply to Re: Module loads ok for root, not ok for user by Abigail-II
in thread Module loads ok for root, not ok for user by Trimbach

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