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And below is the output of the command: rpm --query --all --qf "%-30{NAME} - %{VERSION} - %{RELEASE}.%{ARCH}\n" | grep perl

perl-HTML-Tagset - 3.10 - 2.1.1.noarch

perl-Compress-Zlib - 1.42 - 1.fc6.x86_64

perl-URI - 1.35 - 3.noarch

perl - 5.8.8 - 32.el5_6.3.x86_64

perl-String-CRC32 - 1.4 - 2.fc6.x86_64

perl-libwww-perl - 5.805 - 1.1.1.noarch

perl-HTML-Parser - 3.55 - 1.fc6.x86_64



In reply to Re^2: Perl DBI-1.633 installation on RHEL 5.7 by krisnaa1980
in thread Perl DBI-1.633 installation on RHEL 5.7 by krisnaa1980

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