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Below is a version of what Haarg has kindly provided. Since you're having problems I've included the current working directory, listings of the extracted modules and the solution above using full paths:

marto@pihost:~$ pwd /home/marto marto@pihost:~$ ls drwxr-xr-x 9 marto marto 4096 Jul 6 13:17 ExtUtils-MakeMaker-7. +30 drwxr-xr-x 9 marto marto 4096 Jul 6 13:41 local-lib-2.000023 ...... marto@pihost:~$ eval `perl -I"/home/marto/local-lib-2.000023/lib" -Mlo +cal::lib` marto@pihost:~$ cd ExtUtils-MakeMaker-7.30 marto@pihost:~$ perl Makefile.PL && make test && make install .... this works without issue marto@pihost:~$ cd ../local-lib-2.000023 marto@pihost:~$ perl Makefile.PL && make test && make install .... again, this works without issue

Try to replicate this working setup, substituting paths where appropriate.

In reply to Re^5: Install Module with no admin permission by marto
in thread Install Module with no admin permission by avico78

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