SLES of some level
According to the openSUSE repos, SLES 11 uses 5.10.0. I'm not sure if that's entirely accurate, though.

I advise doing this too. You can also use something like App::PerlBrew(although unfortunately that doesn't work for me for some reason), or just download your favourite Perl version from CPAN and compile that.
I keep telling myself to use that, but I'd probably end up having to reinstall many of the modules(especially the XS ones), and that takes too much time.

confess( "I offer no guarantees on my code." );

In reply to Re^2: Rediscovering fixed bugs by thomas895
in thread Rediscovering fixed bugs by zwon

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