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Re: Is Net::SSH::Perl still supported? Can I install it on Centos 7?

by mr_mischief (Monsignor)
on Mar 08, 2017 at 16:53 UTC ( #1183955=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Is Net::SSH::Perl still supported? Can I install it on Centos 7?

It's quite possible to use cpan or cpanm to install on CentOS 7. It's also quite possible to build RPMs.

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Re^2: Is Net::SSH::Perl still supported? Can I install it on Centos 7?
by cbeckley (Curate) on Mar 09, 2017 at 14:46 UTC

    I had actually found RPMs for several versions of Net::SSH::Perl, the most current of which being 1.42, however, that required a number of dependencies that were also not in the EPEL.

    Also, using cpan directly seemed to create an additional, separate, independent set of dependencies.

    Neither of those issues are insurmountable, but at least for Centos and possibly (presumably ?) RedHat, something to be considered.

    Thanks,
    cbeckley

      Have you considered using something like Perlbrew? That lets you package up the interpreter and all the modules for your project in one directory. One can then make a simple spec file for rpmbuild that packages that directory if needed.

        Ok, now that's just cool. I had not heard of Perlbrew before, but it's bookmarked now. Thanks!

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