I havn't tried it yet, but it may be possible to put the GD package
on your remote machine if they let you compile. You should
be able to ssh to your homedir and do it. Here is an excerpt from
8.1. Installing Perl Modules into a Directory of Choice
Since without superuser permissions you aren't allowed to install
modules into system directories like /usr/lib/perl5, you need to find
out how to install the modules under your home directory. It's easy.
First you have to decide where to install the modules. The simplest
approach is to simulate the portion of the / file system relevant to
Perl under your home directory. Actually we need only two directories:
We don't have to create them, since that will be done automatically
when the first module is installed. 99% of the files will go into the
lib directory. Occasionally, when some module distribution comes with
Perl scripts, these will go into the bin directory. This directory
will be created if it doesn't exist.
Let's install the CGI.pm package, which includes a few other CGI::*
modules. As usual, download the package from the CPAN repository,
unpack it and chdir to the newly-created directory.
Now do a standard perl Makefile.PL to prepare a Makefile, but this
time tell MakeMaker to use your Perl installation directories instead
of the defaults.
% perl Makefile.PL PREFIX=/home/stas
PREFIX=/home/stas is the only part of the installation process which
is different from usual. Note that if you don't like how MakeMaker
chooses the rest of the directories, or if you are using an older
version of it which requires an explicit declaration of all the target
directories, you should do this:
% perl Makefile.PL PREFIX=/home/stas \
The rest is as usual:
% make test
% make install
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