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Perl Upgrade Problem

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Bulent Tekcan, Oct 16, 2006.

  1. Bulent Tekcan

    Bulent Tekcan Well-Known Member

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    Do the following:
    cd /usr/bin
    ls -la perl*

    This will list all Perl bianries installed/active on your system. To change to Perl 5.8.7, do:
    cp -avf perl5.8.7 perl
    Now, check if the version is correct:
    perl -v
     
  3. Bulent Tekcan

    Bulent Tekcan Well-Known Member

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    I received this error...


    root [/usr/bin]# cp -avf perl5.8.7 perl
    cp: cannot stat `perl5.8.7': No such file or directory
     
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    Bulent Tekcan Well-Known Member

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    I find a problem...

    Becasue cpanel not have perl 64 Bit.These perl 5.8.7 for 32 Bit system :( My 5.8.5 64Bit and comes from rhel4
     
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    Bulent Tekcan Well-Known Member

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    I think perl 5.8.7 installed some script or anything because I received segfault everday a lot of

    child pid 31545 exit signal Segmentation fault (11) repeat many times..

    How can I reinstall my redhat4 64Bit perl 5.85 again ?
     
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    you should have perl5.8.5 in /usr/bin - try to replace /usr/bin/perl with /usr/bin/perl5.8.5

    hope this would help
     
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