On Sun, May 17, 2009 at 04:28:02PM -0500, TheOther wrote:
> Hello Joel,
Yes, you usually have to be superuser (root).
This gives unlimited powers to any module you happen to install.
Not the only way to install Perl modules, but the simplest.
> In my normal user home directory, I went su (SuperUser) and reran 'cpan
> This time cpan installed. But trouble came in with failure to make
> Cannot find X include files via /usr/include
Tk is looking for some X headers in order to compile
some C code, possibly from this RPM.
xorg-x11-proto-devel -- X.Org X11 Protocol headers
As Julien points out, it might be easier to install
Tk directly through a Fedora RPM.
> and then trying to make Audio-Ecasound-Multitrack-0.997 failed.
> Package contains both files[MANIFEST META.yml Changes README COPYING]
> I am not a perl programmer and have no idea what the diagnostics are
Oops! I forgot to include the Makefile.PL. I've uploaded
another version 0.9971. It might be a couple of hours till
it is indexed and available to install.
Please have another go.
Thanks for the report!
> Thanks Joel,
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