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Help Installing Perl Module XML::Parser using CPAN

I'm trying to install the XML::Parser perl module using CPAN and can't get it to work. Below is the output that is being displayed by CPAN which appears to indicate that Expat is the issue. I've ...
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Not able to install Statistics::Basic on RHEL5

I am trying to install the perl module Statistics::Basic::Mode on a RHEL 5 system and am having issues. I have tried MCPAN and RPM. Here is the result of running sudo perl -MCPAN -e shell > ...
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cpan configuration wrong - how to change?

I seem to have misconfigured spam and am now trying to change it. I read elsewhere to remove /root/.cpam, which I did but that did not help to get me the initiation dialog. When I type into the ...
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Troubleshoot Perl module installation on Mac OS X

I'm trying to install the Perl module Set::IntervalTree on Mac OS X. I recently installed it today on an Ubuntu box with no problem. I simply started cpan, entered install Set:IntervalTree, and it all ...
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Getting errors from local CPAN configuration on server with no internet

I've been wrestling with getting a local CPAN installed and configured on a CentOS server with no internet access. What I've done so far is this: 1) Made a full rsync of a CPAN directory onto an ...
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File::Temp version 0.18 required--this is only version 16

I ran YUM on a server running BestPractical's RT. Now Apache won't start. Looking at the error log I get this error: File::Temp version 0.18 required--this is only version 0.16 at /usr/lib/perl5/...
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Trying to add CPAN Perl Modules to mod_perl on Apache CentOS 7

I am running Apache on Centos 7. Some of the Perl modules that were not available via yum I have installed using CPAN in the custom location /export/home/www/perl5. I have used this custom location ...
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I'm having trouble installing perl module Crypt::OpenSSL::AES

I'm having trouble installing a perl module onto my server called Crypt::OpenSSL::AES I'm using cpan to try to install it but it keeps coming back with an error: Checking if your kit is complete......