[Pdx-pm] CentOS 5.x and Perl 5.10+

Joshua Keroes joshua at keroes.com
Tue Jul 5 13:24:24 PDT 2011

Use the CentOS Perl strictly to satisfy other package dependencies.

Install your own Perl elsewhere, (e.g. /opt, /usr/local, etc.), install
modules there, and use that one for your work.

On Tue, Jul 5, 2011 at 1:20 PM, Roderick A. Anderson <
raanders at cyber-office.net> wrote:

> Is it a forlorn hope or has anyone come up with a way (that hopefully
> doesn't break piles of other stuff) to get a recent version of Perl on
> CentOS 5.5 systems.
> I've done the compile from a tarball, a Fedora src.rpm, etc. with less than
> stellar results.  They worked but were not really maintainable.
> I'm looking at moving to Scientific Linux 6 since it is out (verse the last
> I heard for CentOS 6).
> Any suggestions or ideas?
> TIA,
> Rod
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