How do I change the INC path? Or do I create the /root/perl5 folders, and chmod 755
You mention earlier that "The Fedora installation does set PERL5LIB to /root/perl5", to which I would reply, no it doesn't, not by default. what I suspect you are doing is being logged in as root, and in root's /root/.bashrc or similar, it sets PERL5LIB to $HOME/perl5. Then you are doing su user
rather than su - user
, and so inheriting root's environment. Note that /root is the root user's home directory; a non-root user should *not* be accessing anything under /root.
So in summary, your PERL5LIB environment variable shouldn't be set; find out how its being set, and stop it.
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