Dec 16, 2008, 12:11 AM
Post #2 of 2
reason why your @INC is different from reported error is because program is probably adding some environment variables. you can do several things, one is open script that you are running and add after #!... (on the next line) your use lib '/path' save and rerun your make. second and better thing to do is to install your module that you are missing to standard perl paths, that can be easily accomplished via cpan shell, so just type cpan then once you are in that shell exec "install your::Module" . also you can add path to @INC via environment variable PERL5LIB, so you would do something like this: export PERL5LIB='/new/path:/other/paths/if/any'