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It's Perl. PERL is a shibboleth.

But on topic: What happens when it doesn't work? How do you know it failed? What was the error message?

Most likely, you can just install the rpm over-top and it'll work fine. If you really want, you can remove the perl lib dirs. Where those are located depends on your install, but it's probably something like this: /usr/lib/perl /usr/share/perl /usr/local/lib/perl and /usr/local/share/perl... hard to say.

Try: perl -e 'print "@INC\n"' to get a list of these locations.

-Paul


In reply to Re: Is there an easy way to clean PERL in Fedora 10 and reinstall PERL by jettero
in thread Is there an easy way to clean PERL in Fedora 10 and reinstall PERL by taj

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