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Yes, but without seeing the error messages of cpanm or however you are trying to install things, I don't know how to better help you.

<Directory "/var/www/html/minicpanmirror">

This looks wrong if your cpan mirror lives in /root/minicpanmirror or /minicpanmirror (as your other configuration claims.

Also, your web server listens on localhost:80, but your urllist lists http://my ip address/. It should be http://localhost:80.

Again, without the error messages, it is really hard for us to tell where exactly things go wrong.

Personally, I would avoid using a web server. CPAN and cpanminus can use a local file system just as well, and you won't have to fight with a web server in between. But we've already shown you the suggested configuration and documentation on how to do that, so I don't know how to help you better here.

In reply to Re^5: Missing module perl by Corion
in thread Missing module perl by ridwan

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