hmm.. interesting.. I may have screwed up sometime in the past:
cpan> i /Bundle::CPAN/
Bundle Bundle::CPAN (ANDK/CPAN-1.54.tar.gz)
Bundle Bundle::CPAN; (N/A)
Module Bundle::CPAN (N/A)
Any idea how to get rid of Bundle::CPAN; ? I tried
cpan> clean Bundle::CPAN;
but it didn't work:
Can't clean Bundle::CPAN;, don't have an associated bundle file. :-(
at /usr/lib/perl5/5.00503/CPAN.pm line 1717
I installed the things I needed by hand anyway so I can live without it
for a few days until I can reinstall the Perl stuff.
adam beecher wrote:
>> > Has anyone tried to install any Perl modules via CPAN on RH6.1?
> > I'm getting strange errors about "Warning: Cannot install Bundle;, don't
> > know what it is."
> > It suggests I do "i /Bundle;/ to find objects with similar identifiers."
> > I do that and..
> > cpan> i /Bundle;/
> > No objects found of any type for argument /Bundle;/
>> [RedHat 6.0]
>> Ain't no semicolon in there Donncha. Try:
>> cpan> i /Bundle::CPAN/
>> To look for a module, use:
>> m /[regex]/
>> for instance:
>> cpan> m /CPAN/
>> libnet is Bundle::libnet btw.
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