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I'm sorry don't tell u detail problem. I try tell u more.

Condition :

I have a development machine(and this is virtualmachine and linux, i access it with putty and winscp) and in this machine i want to i install perl. problem is, in this machine doesn't have connection internet. and there's some module perl doesn't install

I make a vbox, and wanna become a repo cpan for a development machine

In vbox, I make file "minicpanrc" "minicpanmirror" and directory (/root/minicpanrc)

local: /minicpanmirror
remote: http://mirror.0x.sq/CPAN/
exact_mirror: 1

and i make a folder "minicpanmirror" and directory and (/var/www/html/minicpanmirror)

in the folder that contains CPANMINI

and in development machine, i set cpan urllist like this(in shell cpan):

urllist :
[0] http://MY IP ADDRRESS REPO/minicpanmirror

and i set virtual host(httpd.conf) in dev machine like this :

<VirtualHost localhost:80>
DocumentRoot "/var/www/html/minicpanmirror"
<Directory "/var/www/html/minicpanmirror">
AllowOverride All
Allow from IP ADDRESS DEVELOPMENT
</Directory>
</VirtualHost>

but i try install depedency cpan in development machine is doesn't work
Can u help me ? :"(


In reply to Re^4: Missing module perl by ridwan
in thread Missing module perl by ridwan

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