[SLpm] Re: what next? (with a Debian/Perl question)
ryan at ryansimpkins.com
Tue Jul 30 09:45:25 CDT 2002
Well, I take it I would be the only one there if I went. Time to think of
another idea. Lunch sounds cool. Can someone suggest a time and place?
I also have a question. I have a Debian 2.1 (potato) box with Perl 5.6.1
that I installed via CPAN. It took forever to get the installation just
right with all my favorite modules in place. Of course the latest version
of Debian has come out 2.2 (woody) that includes Perl 5.6.1. My question is
- what will happen to my custom installation of 5.6.1 if I upgrade these
boxes using apt-get or dselect? It seems to me that so many .deb packages
rely on Perl that I can't simply choose to not install the Perl packages
without getting a lot of dependency warnings. Unfortunately I don't have a
test box to try this out on, only 3 production servers. Has anyone else out
there done this? Also, what experience have you all had with installing
5.8.0? Did things go smooth, or were there hitches?
At 10:36 PM 7/29/02 -0600, you wrote:
>Quoting Ryan <ryan at ryansimpkins.com>:
> > I've got a great idea. Why don't we start by meeting each other? I
> > suggest
> > dinner at Chili's (the one on 400 South) on July 31st @ 7:00pm (the last
> > wednesday of the month). I'm not much of a talker, I'm a doer. Everyone
> > who
> > want's to go should RSVP. Feel free to bring your significant other if
> > they
> > don't mind a bunch of Perl hackers talking shop. There we can hash out
> > what
> > we want to accomplish. Even though I'm quite busy, my dedication to Perl
> > and it's promotion is very high. If only a few people can come, that's
> > okay. A start is a start.
> > -Ryan Simpkins
> > Owner
> > ryansimpkins.com, inc.
>Sounds ok, but unfortunately I can't make it. Evenings are bad for me
>right now (night classes). However if people wanted to do a lunch some time,
>that would work for me.
>spencer at mecworks.com
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