May 2013 Archives

/usr/local/bin rant

So, imagine you're a CentOS user, and you want to install a CPAN module into the system. Let's say you want to install cpanm.

You get the root shell with sudo -s.
You enter: cpan App-cpanminus.
And then you enter: cpanm --help... and oops:

[root@localhost vagrant]# cpanm --help
bash: cpanm: command not found


About Vyacheslav Matyukhin

user-pic I wrote Ubic. I worked at Yandex for many years, and now i'm building my own startup (formerly PlayPerl). I'm also working on Flux, streaming data processing framework. CPAN ID: MMCLERIC.