|Which of those paths do I need to change...and more importantly..how?
unshift(@INC, '<path to your self-made local folder where the perl modules are installed>')
use lib '<path to your self-made local folder where the perl modules are installed>'
perl -I<path to your self-made local folder where the perl modules are installed>' <your perl program>
see How do I add a directory to my include path (@INC) at runtime?
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