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Re^4: Missing module perl

by ridwan (Initiate)
on Aug 21, 2019 at 08:48 UTC ( #11104788=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^3: Missing module perl
in thread Missing module perl

I'm sorry don't tell u detail problem. I try tell u more.

Condition :

I have a development machine(and this is virtualmachine and linux, i access it with putty and winscp) and in this machine i want to i install perl. problem is, in this machine doesn't have connection internet. and there's some module perl doesn't install

I make a vbox, and wanna become a repo cpan for a development machine

In vbox, I make file "minicpanrc" "minicpanmirror" and directory (/root/minicpanrc)

local: /minicpanmirror
remote: http://mirror.0x.sq/CPAN/
exact_mirror: 1

and i make a folder "minicpanmirror" and directory and (/var/www/html/minicpanmirror)

in the folder that contains CPANMINI

and in development machine, i set cpan urllist like this(in shell cpan):

urllist :
[0] http://MY IP ADDRRESS REPO/minicpanmirror

and i set virtual host(httpd.conf) in dev machine like this :

<VirtualHost localhost:80>
DocumentRoot "/var/www/html/minicpanmirror"
<Directory "/var/www/html/minicpanmirror">
AllowOverride All

but i try install depedency cpan in development machine is doesn't work
Can u help me ? :"(

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Re^5: Missing module perl
by Corion (Pope) on Aug 21, 2019 at 08:53 UTC

    Yes, but without seeing the error messages of cpanm or however you are trying to install things, I don't know how to better help you.

    <Directory "/var/www/html/minicpanmirror">

    This looks wrong if your cpan mirror lives in /root/minicpanmirror or /minicpanmirror (as your other configuration claims.

    Also, your web server listens on localhost:80, but your urllist lists http://my ip address/. It should be http://localhost:80.

    Again, without the error messages, it is really hard for us to tell where exactly things go wrong.

    Personally, I would avoid using a web server. CPAN and cpanminus can use a local file system just as well, and you won't have to fight with a web server in between. But we've already shown you the suggested configuration and documentation on how to do that, so I don't know how to help you better here.

      I'm sorry don't tell u error. I've been change to : http://localhost:80

      and error is :

      cpan7> install Email::Sender
      Fetching with LWP:
      LWP failed with code500 messageCan't connect to localhost:80 (Connection refused)
      Trying with
      /bin/curl -L -f -s -S --netrc-optional
      to get
      curl: (7) Failed connect to localhost:80; Connection refused
      Function system("/bin/curl -L -f -s -S --netrc-optional "http://localhost:80/authors/01mailrc.txt.gz" >
      returned status 7 (wstat 1792), left
      .cpan/authors/01mailrc.txt.gz.tmp14740 with size 0

      Do you any idea to install missing module ? :"(

        Can't connect to localhost:80 (Connection refused)

        This means that there is no web server listening on localhost:80. Have you checked with your browser that you can connect to http://localhost:80? Is the web server process running?

        My suggestion is to eliminate the web server from the problem, by using file:// URLs instead of http:// URLs. If you want to make your local mirror available to more than one machine, using http as protocol is better, but then you will first need to configure the HTTP server appropriately.

        Configuring your HTTP server is not really a Perl problem.

        Maybe you can use CPAN::Mini::Webserver as your CPAN web server, but I have never done that.

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