neil at nilspace
Mar 28, 2012, 10:33 AM
Post #10 of 10
Neil Gunton wrote:
Re: Installing Embperl 2.4 on Debian Squeeze / Embperl 2.5 development snapshot for Perl 5.14
[In reply to]
> richter [at] ecos wrote:
>> Apache2::ServeRec i spart of mod_perl 2 and should be already
>> installed, if mod_perl is installed.
>> Of course you have to figure out why Apache2::ServerRec is missing on
>> your System
> I found it installed under
> This is weird, but consistent - if you recall my original message in
> this thread, Embperl 2.4 was installing itself under /root/perl5 too. Do
> you have any clues as to what affects this behavior? I assume it's just
> some environment variable that isn't set right...
Update: I found the following had been tacked onto the end of /root/.bashrc:
export PERL_MB_OPT="--install_base /root/perl5";
I didn't put this there, so some package in Debian Wheezy must have done
it. It's obviously messing with the installation of Perl modules, since
once they get put under /root then other modules can't find them. So
whatever added those lines obviously didn't also add that path to the
other places where it seems to be needed. So I tried commenting those
lines out of .bashrc, rebuilt mod_perl, and then Embperl (2.5.0), and it
all seems to complete and install properly now.
Off topic a bit: I was a bit surprised to find out that some fairly
major things seem to be broken in Debian Wheezy. For example, cups - I
just get blank pages when I print to my Brother laser printer.
Eventually I found this thread:
I reset the printer type to be the most basic generic printer, and now I
can at least print pages, but not access any of the options of the printer.
I don't know, I guess I was expecting Wheezy to be a bit more stable at
this point, given that they are intending to go into freeze in June 2012:
Hope things settle down soon... I went to Wheezy primarily because I
wanted to use an SSD for my workstation (to cut down on disk drive hum
and increase performance for the root filesystem). For SSD to work
efficiently (i.e. enable TRIM), you need a more recent kernel than
Squeeze. When I tried installing the backport kernel, things didn't seem
to work well (can't remember what broke, but something did). So I
decided to just try a new Wheeze install. It seems to work, mostly, but
now I am finding files are just going missing without any disk errors...
and this isn't even on the SSD, it's on my big data hard drive, which is
a regular WD drive. No disk errors, files just seem to disappear
randomly. I'm returning the drive to get another one, but part of me
wonders if it's actually the drive, or this new kernel, or some bug in
ext4 etc. What fun.
Anyway, thanks again for the help.
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