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“yum update” error. How to handle this?

I have an ec2 instance and I'm trying to update all packages. But the problem is when I execute "yum update" it shows the message: Transaction Check Error: file /usr/lib64/perl5/vendor_perl/Cwd.pm ...
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Downgrade Perl 5.16 to 5.14

I carelessly did yum update on my Amazon Linux AMI and updated Perl. Now my Movable Type install doesn't work. I did some google but could not find any solution except downgrading Perl to 5.14. ...
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I get the following when trying to install perl-Time-HiRes: host1:user1 > sudo yum install perl-Time-HiRes Loaded plugins: product-id, security, subscription-manager This system is not registered ...
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FC14 and yum dependancies

I've got my hands on an FC14 machine and I've been trying to get yum working on it over the past couple of days. The machine (which is an appliance) shipped with a conflicting package to ...
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I have a Centos 6 server.. I have compiled Perl 5.16 in it (in a non-standard location). Now when I try to install Some package which is dependent on Perl using yum.. Yum tries to install Perl ...
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I'm trying to install Munin on a new VPS through yum install munin but I keep getting an error about a missing perl module: Requires: perl(:MODULE_COMPAT_5.8.8). This is the perl version currently ...
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Why cant Perl find my Curl library?

I created a new module using h2xs which built a module tree for me and a bunch of files. Git as far as running make test but then make failed saying it couldnt find WWW::Curl, but I had installed ...
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Dependency Challenge with CentOS

Given the following output, suggestions on what to try first? This is on a CentOS 5.3 box (upgraded from 5.2 via yum) running as a little dev server. I'm generally comfortable with *nix, but ...