I am on a Linux machine with Busybox where gzip is a symlinked command to Busybox, and not the full gzip utility. Perl-cpan fails to unpack CPAN modules saying:
Giving up parsing your /home/nemo/.cpan/sources/modules/02packages.det
+ails.txt.gz, too many errors/usr/bin/gzip: invalid option -- 'q'
BusyBox v1.21.1 (2015-08-24 08:58:18 UTC) multi-call binary.
Usage: gzip [-cfd] [FILE]...
Compress FILEs (or stdin)
-c Write to stdout
/usr/bin/gzip: invalid option -- 'q'
How can I solve this problem? How can I fix my cpan installation?
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