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installationhowtos:allplatformsrequireperl [2008/02/08 19:49]
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installationhowtos:allplatformsrequireperl [2008/06/01 10:10] (current)
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-===== A Working Perl Installation is Required ===== +==== Duplicate, outdated page. ====
- +
-Regardless of the OS, you must have a working Perl installation to use the cross-platform version of POPFile.  +
- +
-  * Windows users must have Perl 5.8.0 or above, available from [[http://www.activestate.com/Products/ActivePerl/| ActiveState]] +
- +
-  * All other users must have Perl 5.6.0 or above, available from [[http://www.perl.org/get.html| Perl Org]] (Perl 5.7.3 or above, if you want Japanese/Korean language support) +
- +
-===== Certain Perl Modules are Required ===== +
- +
-POPFile uses certain modules that may not be installed on your system by default. All of these modules are easily located at [[http://search.cpan.org/| CPAN]] and can typically be installed using the following commands; +
- +
-  * ActiveState Windows users +
-<code> +
-<code>  ppm +
-  ppm>install Modulename +
-  ppm>quit</code> +
-</code> +
- +
-  * Other OS Users (**Note: You should be logged in as root (superuser) when installing these modules**). +
-<code> +
-<code>  perl -MCPAN -e shell +
-  cpan>install Modulename +
-  cpan>quit</code> +
-</code> +
- +
-The current list of modules that you may need to install includes the following: +
- +
-  - DBD::SQLite +
-  - MIME::Base64 +
-  - MIME::QuotedPrint +
-  - Text::Kakasi (if you want Japanese language support) +
-  - Encode       (if you want Japanese/Korean language support) +
- +
-for version 0.22 of POPFile: +
-  - Date::Parse +
-  - HTML::Template +
-  - HTML::Tagset +
-  - DBI +
- +
-===== Checking to See if a Module is Already Installed ===== +
- +
-To check and determine whether or not a particular module is already installed on your system, issue the following Perl one-liner. If you get a version number back, it's installed. If you get a Perl message **Can't locate Modulenamd.pm in @INC** back, then it is not installed (or you have a typo). +
- +
-<code>   perl -MBerkeleyDB -e 'print $BerkeleyDB::VERSION' +
-   perl -MMIME::Base64 -e 'print $MIME::Base64::VERSION' +
-   perl -MMIME::QuotedPrint -e 'print $MIME::QuotedPrint::VERSION'</code> +
- +
-===== Checking Your Version of Perl ===== +
- +
-To check the version of Perl that is installed on your system, issue the following one-line command; +
- +
-<code>   perl -v</code>+
 +Please see [[howtos:allplatformsrequireperl|here]]
 
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