var sidebar_align = 'right';
var content_container_margin = parseInt('350px');
var sidebar_width = parseInt('330px');
problems installing an rpm
I discovered that I have Perl 5.6.0 and it needs 5.6.1
[root@ localhost]# rpm -i mod_perl-common-1.3.23_1.26-5mdk.rpm
error: failed dependencies:
perl = 5.601 is needed by mod_perl-common-1.3.23_1.26-5mdk
perl-base >= 5.601 is needed by perl = 5.601 is needed by mod_perl-common-1.3.23_1.26-5mdk
Is there any way to force it to install under 5.6.0?
How bout getting an RPM for 5.6.0 instead of 5.6.1?
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The only 5.6.0 RPM is for Apache 1.3.19 (and its an mod_perl 1.25 rpm) and i use Apache 1.3.23
How about the --nodeps switch?
Try rebuilding from src.rpm. Find the rpm that ends in src.rpm, not ix86.rpm, and do an rpm --rebuild on that src.rpm to build an ix86.rpm file.
But, you might find it would be much easier to compile mod_perl from source.
YAY! I tried --nodeps and it worked!
Now when I start Apache I get:
httpd-perl: error while loading shared libraries: libperl.so: cannot load shared object file: No such file or directory
Is it possible to upgrade perl from an RPM?
yes on mandrake linux you can update perl and mod_perl from RPM