Have you checked that the modules are installed and found by Perl?

perl -MCGI -le "print 'CGI $CGI::VERSION installed'"

should print

CGI 3.49 installed

... and likewise for Template:

perl -MTemplate -le "print 'Template Toolkit version $Template::VERSIO +N installed'"

If the Bugzilla setup does not find the modules while Perl does, then the Bugzilla setup is doing something bad to how Perl searches for its modules. If Perl does not find the modules, you will have to install them.


In reply to Re: PPM has module but BugZilla says it's missing by Corion
in thread PPM has module but BugZilla says it's missing by davies

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