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Re: command to install Net::LDAPby DigitalKitty (Parson)
|on Dec 08, 2004 at 08:06 UTC||Need Help??|
Hi Anonymous Monk.
That command is correct but the module doesn't seem to be stored in that specific repository. I would suggest adding a few more (please see below):
From your system prompt, type 'ppm'. At that prompt, type 'help repository'. This will display a wide variety of info on adding, deleting, etc. repositories.
Once you find a repository you would like to add, the command to issue (at the ppm prompt) is:
The "EZE" is what that specific repository is identified by and the URL is simply it's address. You are under no obligation to name any of your repositories "EZE". That was merely an example. Once you issue this command, you've also set this repository as the active one. Consult the help page for further information.
Hope this helps,
Update: I forgot about the naming convention used by ActiveState repositories. strat++