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Nov
6
answered Locating Rogue Perl Script
Oct
1
awarded  Commentator
Oct
1
comment install_driver(mysql) failed: Unable to get DBI state function. DBI not loaded
Great, so where did you get the other one in the first place? You should not install RPMs off Google - that is kind of scar - you should use the SLES repos or the build service (and then some trusted repo) instead. DBD::mysql IS in the main SLES repositories.
Oct
1
comment install_driver(mysql) failed: Unable to get DBI state function. DBI not loaded
So could it be that DBI is not listed as a prerequisite correctly? Can you do zypper install "perl(DBI)"?
Oct
1
answered install_driver(mysql) failed: Unable to get DBI state function. DBI not loaded
Apr
13
awarded  Yearling
Apr
13
answered installing MIME::Tools fails with an error in t/Smtpsend.t
Mar
14
answered Unable to upload a logo in OTRS
Sep
10
comment OTRS upgrade 3.0 to 3.1 fails
Could it be that you also upgraded the MySQL server? I know there are issues when you have some tables in InnoDB and some in MyISAM and then try to create foreign keys: bugs.otrs.org/show_bug.cgi?id=8528
Sep
6
answered OTRS upgrade 3.0 to 3.1 fails
Jul
17
answered How to use the original sender date instead of the fetch date in OTRS
Jul
9
answered Getting OTRS to work with XAMPP
Feb
23
awarded  Critic
Feb
23
answered Is Redhat Linux dependent on the install time version Perl?
Feb
17
answered ssh, authorized_keys and group write grant
Jan
30
answered Can I close tickets on OTRS through e-mail like Trac does?
Nov
19
awarded  Yearling
Oct
11
comment OTRS - configure smtp to add a custom sendgrid header?
Can I ask why you use sendgrid? What's the benefit? Also, would you send to sendgrid using SMTP? Please explain, I can probably put you in the right direction for adding headers.
Aug
31
answered Default Perl version
Aug
31
comment Default Perl version
This only enables new features such as 'say "bla";' in perl. It does not do anything with regards to what perl you use.