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Tnx,The idea of installing local::lib is the have the option of installing module on private directory with non admin permission right? then all modules i want to install will be install under the same private directory? what do u mean copying the files of local::lib to their target destination? what is the their target destination ? As u suggest i tried lower version:

[xxxx@illinxxxx local-lib-2.000014]$ perl -Mlocal::lib Makefile.PL Checking if your kit is complete... Looks good Warning: prerequisite ExtUtils::MakeMaker 6.74 not found. We have 6.68 +. Writing Makefile for local::lib [xxxx@illinxxxx local-lib-2.000014]$ perl -Mlocal::lib Makefile.PL Checking if your kit is complete... Looks good Warning: prerequisite ExtUtils::MakeMaker 6.74 not found. We have 6.68 +. Writing Makefile for local::lib
The issue is that its not clear for me what is require in order to have the ability to install private module as non admin- If install local::lib - cool, how? once i get local::lib installed - can install modules with their dependencies automatically into the private folder? can u please clear what do u mean by commenting PREREQ_PM with ExtUtils::MakeMaker? do u mean to replace strings of PREREQ_PM with ExtUtils::MakeMaker?

In reply to Re^4: Install Module with no admin permission by avico78
in thread Install Module with no admin permission by avico78

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