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Re: Re: To install a module...

by v_thunder (Scribe)
on Sep 27, 2002 at 15:51 UTC ( #201240=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: To install a module...
in thread To install a module...

You want to run 'make install' as well.

Read the man pages for MakeMaker (man ExtUtils::MakeMaker) for other options. Also, depending on your OS flavor, there may be some standards for where you should install modules to.

For example, on debian systems you'll want to use:

perl Makefile.PL 'INSTALLDIRS=vendor'
On RedHat systems, I use:
perl Makefile.PL 'INSTALLDIRS=site'

Cheers,
-Dan

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