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Hi themoops

I also faced same issue today and just solved it.

issue is with Scalar::Util perl module. Looks like CentOS update installs older version of Scalar::Util module. So perl could not load this module.

To Solve this issue,

    Download Scalar::Utils sources from
    1. extract .tar.gz file and cd Scalar-List-Utils-1.25
    2. perl Makefile.PL
    3. gmake
    4. gmake test
    5. gmake install

    Once you complete this successfully,
    perl -MCPAN -e 'shell'
    works fine and I could install modules.

    Thanks & Regards,
    Bakkiaraj M
    My Perl Gtk2 technology demo project - , contributions are welcome.

    In reply to Re: cpan problems by sam_bakki
    in thread cpan problems by themoops

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