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Hey Maybe you're on to something

I got this:

Wed Nov 28 20:17:48 2012: "Module" Test::Simple
          "installed into: /opt/local/lib/perl5/5.12.4"
          "LINKTYPE: dynamic"
          "VERSION: 0.98"
          "EXE_FILES: "
   Wed Nov 28 20:18:06 2012: "Module" HTTP::Tiny
          "installed into: /opt/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.12.4"
          "LINKTYPE: dynamic"
          "VERSION: 0.024"
          "EXE_FILES: "
   Wed Nov 28 20:18:12 2012: "Module" IPC::Run3
          "installed into: /opt/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.12.4"

Also, I can see a number of modules under /Library/Perl/5.10 and /Library/Perl/5.12, but I can't see Module::Starter here

And It seems that all my newer module installations are going somewhere wrong! How do I make them go back to the regular default location?

I checked somewhere, can I safely do this:

eval $(perl -Mlocal::lib=--deactivate-all)

In reply to Re^2: module-starter command not found after installation by gideondsouza
in thread module-starter command not found after installation by gideondsouza

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