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From: Michael Peppler <mpeppler at peppler dot org>
Subject: Problem with Sybperl installation
Date: Feb 21 2002 4:21PM
Sabherwal, Balvinder (MBS) writes:
> I am having a problem with the installation of the sybperl module on solaris
> 5.8. The error is as below.
> PPM> install Sybperl
> Install package 'Sybperl?' (y/N): y
> Installing package 'Sybperl'...
> Error installing package 'Sybperl': Read a PPD for 'Sybperl', but it is not
> intended for this build of Perl (sun4-solaris-thread-multi)
> Any idea's as how to fix this or any work around??
Do you really have a need to use ActiveState's perl on Solaris?
Personally I'd build perl and its modules from scratch...
However, to answer your question - ActiveState unfortunately doesn't
maintain a full database of precompiled binaries for all versions of
perl that it maintains.
This means that you will have to build sybperl manually - download the
tar.gz file from CPAN, and then read the instructions in the README.
You'll need the same compiler that ActiveState uses - you can check
this via perl -V.
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