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in reply to Installing perl modules via webmin

If you ask me, the obvious way to install modules is to unroll the tarball, and read the included INSTALL file. As for a web interface, it's trivial to create one with CPAN(PLUS)?, but I don't think they are a good fit (see IndigoPerl's GPM for another example). If you really think the CGI interface is easier to use, you might like a straight GUI interface like CPANPLUS::Shell::Tk.

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