You might want to have a look at the CPAN module.
This might be overkill for what you want. It configures
installation of modules vita ftp (takes a couple of
minites to configure). To start it, enter
perl -MCPAN -e -shell
When it's configured, you can then query the status of a module
using m, e.g.
will give you details on the CGI module, and if it's installed.
Hope this helps,
> Hi all,
>> I use webworld to host my domain. I've been having a few problems
> throwing up some perl/cgi's that I want to use, and am wondering if
> theres a quick way to find out all of the modules that webworld have
> installed on this box. I would ask webworld for the list, but I need it
>> Any pointers?
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