I installed App::pod2pdf from CPAN to a local library ~/mylib/lib/perl5 and tried to use it from the command line like:
perldoc -f each | pod2pdf > each.pdf
and bash returns that it can't find the pod2pdf package...
Then I installed pod2pdf from Ubuntu's software center, and tried the same command line input, this time it created a each.pdf file. But when I open it I only saw a blank page with 'STDIN' on the right upper corner and 'Page 1' on the bottom.
Could someone please tell me how to make it work?
Thank you very much!!
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