APM: RE: Pg.pm

Tom Bakken tom.bakken at tx.usda.gov
Mon Sep 15 16:24:41 CDT 2003


I should have mentioned that I'd already tried copying Pg.pm from the old
@INC to /usr/local/lib/perl5/5.8.0, which is part of the new @INC.  I
checked the permissions and they're identical to the old existing Pg.pm.

I think we're getting warm.  Under the auto directory there are 3 files.  I
copies them over to the corresponding /usr/local/lib/perl5/5.8.0/auto/Pg
directory and things are starting to work again, but I'm still getting some

Tom Bakken

-----Original Message-----
From: jeremyb at univista.com [mailto:jeremyb at univista.com] 
Sent: Monday, September 15, 2003 3:45 PM
To: tom.bakken at tx.usda.gov; austin-pm at pm.org
Subject: RE: Pg.pm

First,  is Pg.pm in any of the directories in @INC?
If not you can either make a sym. link or copy it to a dir that is in @INC.

Second,  does the user have whatever permissions are needed to access the
file in question?


-----Original Message-----
From: Tom Bakken [mailto:tom.bakken at tx.usda.gov] 
Sent: Monday, September 15, 2003 3:31 PM
To: Austin Perl Mongers
Subject: APM: Pg.pm

I recompiled perl on a red hat linux 6.1 server going from version 5.00503
to 5.8.0.  Now that it's installed and working well my Pg.pm isn't working.
It's been a long time since I set it up and I can't remember if I used rpm,
cpan or compiled it.  When my code hits use Pg, the perl script complains
that it can't find Pg.pm in any of my @INC directories.

Right now I'm trying to compile pgsql_perl5-1.9.0 but the README says I need
to run the perl Makefile.PL as a regular user, but then when I do when it
tries to install it get Permission denied at /usr/local/lib/perl5/5.8.0

Any help would be appreciated.

Tom Bakken

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