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Reaped: Re: Perlbrew on shared hosting

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on Dec 05, 2020 at 00:17 UTC ( #11124677=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

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Re^2: Perlbrew on shared hosting
by marto (Cardinal) on Dec 05, 2020 at 09:15 UTC

    I frankly think that your troubles began by [trying to upgrade from Perl v5.16.3 supplied by my shared hosting provider to Perl v5.32.0 by using Perlbrew. Your present situation actually consists of "running a different version of Perl under 'shared hosting,'

    Unsurprisingly you don't seem to have read the thread, or you'd know this isn't the case, not that it would have prevent you from one of your usual nonsense responses.

    "Perlbrew" is entirely OS/X-specific, and therefore is an entirely different tangent from the tangent that you are now attempting to negotiate.

    Seems utterly meaningless, care to explain what you are actually trying to tell OP?

    which has already been thoroughly covered before.

    Where? You can't even link to such a reference that would actually help in this situation?

    "Your immediate concern is now simply to ensure that your web-site is executed, as "pure CGI," under the auspices of a suitably-/local interpreter of your own choosing. And there are plenty of web-site pages which will tell you how to do that.

    Again, no link to any of these 'plenty' of pages. Wrong information, unhelpful reply, not linking to things you claim are covered elsewhere that'd somehow help OP. Inexplicably this currently has three two upvotes. The shame.

Re^2: Perlbrew on shared hosting
by hippo (Chancellor) on Dec 05, 2020 at 11:00 UTC
    "Perlbrew" is entirely OS/X-specific

    Obvious troll is obviously wrong.

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