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tell me what im missing.

i want to install application but it needs to satisfy dependiences. problem is that i can not install other stuff using internet etc this is very important.

i checked that this application have required perl libs within. so i want to extract perl lib from applications, copy to right locations and then install app.

so i copied libs in right dirs (i checked paths to this lib on other machine with the same libs instaled from CPAN) sorry for my english i hope it is understandable.

UPDATE: (list of modules):
Archive::Zip 1.28 or newer
Class::MethodMaker 2.10 or newer
UUID 0.03 or newer
#Data::Dump 1.15 or newer - successfully copied
SOAP::Lite 0.710.08 or newer

maybe i did not clearly introduce situation, the 2nd machine with access to internet cannot connect to 1st one. i needed 2nd machine to check paths and permissions to these paths. in real situation i will have only 1st machine and i need to have script which extract tar with application copy perl modules and will install app. dependencies are satisfied.

In reply to why perl doesnt recognize modules after copyied *.pm to paths in @INC by czkzga

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