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From: "Damodharan, Venkat (VDamodharan)"
<Venkat dot Damodharan at dresdnerrcm dot com>
Subject: RE: Errors running 'make test'
Date: Nov 12 1998 4:49PM
I have a perl 5_0004 installed on /opt/gnu/perl5 directory initially, it
seems that some one has
moved it to /opt/gnu_mnt/perl5 directory later. My perl @INC list is
looking into /opt/gnu/perl5 directory only. I need to change the @INC to
look into /opt/gnu_mnt/perl5. How can I do that?.
Also, when I verified 'perl -V', i have noticed the perl is compiled with
the /opt/gnu/perl5 for dynamic linking and etc. How can I change this?.
From: Anil Sodhy [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, November 12, 1998 8:36 AM
To: SybPerl Discussion List
Subject: Errors running 'make test'
Thanks to Michael Peppler's comments on sybperl
(http://www.mbay.net/~mpeppler/Linux-ASE-FAQ.html) I have managed to get
sybperl to run on my RedHat 5.1 Linux box.
I did, however, have to recompile perl. The source for perl 5.005_02 was
downloaded freshly from http://www.perl.com/pace/pub/perldocs/latest.html
(I selected the latest stable release). I am not sure how that has
affected perl in general. I don't use perl a whole lot and am very weak
in it so I may not get to stress-test perl with the changes I had to make
in order to get sybperl to work. In any case, with the limited testing I
have done, it does work well enough in order to query the co-resident
The sample code provided on
http://www.mbay.net/~mpeppler/Sybperl/sybperl.html#Sybase_DBlib works very
Thanks, Michael, for a great job!
Anil K. Sodhy (email@example.com)