Re: FWD: Re: ugh... erectile dysfunction (new errors)
I actually fixed this problem by purging all the perl stuff, then installing
it again. perl -v now tells me 5.6.0.
The problem, as someone else pointed out, is in the Date::Dumper modules is
screwed up. There is a version conflict between its .pm and its .so file.
I have no idea how this occured. If simply replacing the .pm file with the
current version is all thats necessary, I would be greatful for someone
sending me that file from their system. I believe its Dumper.pm.
Stephen Zander wrote:
> From: Aaron Solochek <email@example.com>
> Aaron> However, could this be a problem?
> Aaron> leko:/home/aarons#update-alternatives --config perl
> Aaron> There is only 1 program which provides perl
> Aaron> (/usr/bin/perl-5.005). Nothing to configure.
> Aaron> leko:/home/aarons#apt-get install perl-5.6 Reading Package
> Aaron> Lists... Done Building Dependency Tree... Done Sorry,
> Aaron> perl-5.6 is already the newest version
> /usr/bin/perl should *not* be an alternative as of perl-5.6.0
> rabbit% ls -l /usr/bin/perl
> -rwxr-xr-x 3 root root 684964 Dec 4 00:17 /usr/bin/perl
> rabbit% /usr/bin/perl -v
> This is perl, v5.6.0 built for i386-linux
> The fix is
> rm /usr/bin/perl /etc/alternatives/perl /var/lib/dpkg/alternatives/perl
> ln /usr/bin/perl5.6.0 /usr/bin/perl
> That does not make this any less a perl bug. :/
> "So.. if she weighs the same as a duck.. she's made of wood." "And
> therefore?" "A witch!"