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Re: Install Time::Local
From: Albert E. Whale, CISSP
May 29, 2003 09:04
Re: Install Time::Local
Message ID: 3ED62F85.7030205@ABS-CompTech.com
Andy Dougherty wrote:
>On Thu, 29 May 2003, Albert E. Whale wrote:
>>I am running perl 5.6.1 on a Linux Mandrake 8.2 Server. I am in need of
>>the Time::Local Module (which is included in perl 5.8.0).
>First, please note that Time::Local was included as a standard part of
>perl-5.6.1. If you have perl-5.6.1 already installed, you should also
>have Time::Local available from your distribution in some form or another.
>It might have to be installed as part of a perl-modules package or some
>such. (I am not familiar with Mandrake packaging.)
Thank you for this, and I'm not certain that this is the only module I
needed. I'm reviewing the software installation for the exact modules
Ah yes, here's the reason that I started back upon the Time::Local Module:
/usr/bin/pod2html: ./FS/FS/cust_bill.pm: cannot resolve
L<perlfunc/"time"> in paragraph 242. at /usr/lib/perl5/5.6.1/Pod/Html.pm
/usr/bin/pod2html: ./FS/FS/cust_bill_event.pm: cannot resolve
L<perlfunc/"time"> in paragraph 19. at /usr/lib/perl5/5.6.1/Pod/Html.pm
/usr/bin/pod2html: ./FS/FS/cust_bill_pay.pm: cannot resolve
L<perlfunc/"time"> in paragraph 20. at /usr/lib/perl5/5.6.1/Pod/Html.pm
/usr/bin/pod2html: ./FS/FS/cust_bill_pkg.pm: cannot resolve
L<perlfunc/"time"> in paragraph 23. at /usr/lib/perl5/5.6.1/Pod/Html.pm
I have several of these issues: Further investigation yields the
=item eventnum - primary key
=item invnum - invoice (see L<FS::cust_bill>)
=item eventpart - event definition (see L<FS::part_bill_event>)
=item _date - specified as a UNIX timestamp; see L<perlfunc/"time">.
L<Time::Local> and L<Date::Parse> for conversion functions.
Should I be concerned with these errors?
>Obviously, this isn't supposed to happen. Is it possible for you to retry
>building 5.8.0 from outside the CPAN shell?
Well attempting to build using sh Configure in the source code directory
>It looks like it's gotten hung up on the csh-glob detection part of
>hints/linux.sh. Hmm. Do you have any csh installed in /bin/csh? Do you
>have tcsh installed?
[/usr/src/freeside-1.4.1rc2/FS/FS] ls -l /bin/*csh
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 4 Feb 4 17:32 /bin/csh -> tcsh*
-rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 293880 Feb 23 2002 /bin/tcsh*
Does this information help?
Albert E. Whale, CISSP
ABS Computer Technology, Inc. - ESM, Computer & Networking Specialists
Sr. Security, Network, and Systems Consultant
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