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EA3 Build Failure on LATEST CPanel on FRESH CentOS7 install

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by vetsols, Feb 6, 2016.

  1. vetsols

    vetsols Member

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    As the subject states, I WAS having issues building EA3. Here are the entries from 2 different log files:

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    -- Begin opt 'Apache 2.4' --
    !! Failed to install CPAN Perl module(s) Digest::SHA1 Crypt::PasswdMD5 !!
    
    -- Begin opt 'Mod Security 2.9.0' --
    !! Failed to install CPAN Perl module(s) Regexp::Assemble GnuPG !!
    It appears that the LATEST version of CPanel is NOT installing all dependencies properly. NOT a single perl module, nor perl for that matter is getting installed with CPanel. I have found that I MUST go into the cpan command line to

    Code:
    1: run cpan[1]> install CPAN to install the proper perl modules
    2: run cpan[2]> upgrade to get the LATEST perl modules
    3: run cpan[3]> install Digest::SHA1 Crypt::PasswdMD5
    4: run cpan[4]> install Regexp::Assemble 
    5: run cpan[1]> install GnuPG::Interface
    AFTER I did all of this, only then was I able to build Apache3 successfully. This appears to be a major bug in your latest CPanel.
     
  2. cPJacob

    cPJacob cPanel Product Owner
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    Hi,

    Would you please put in a ticket on this? We haven't been able to replicate this in our test environments, so we'd like to check your system out a bit to see if we can figure out what caused this. You can use the link in my signature to throw in a ticket.

    Thanks!
     
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