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I'm trying to install Hortonworks (Hadoop Distribution Platform) on Linux (CentOS 7). For the installation to succeed I need to install the package 'redhat-lsb'.
Before I can install redhat-lsb I need to install dependencies such as 'perl(ExtUtils::MakeMaker)'. But that one requires 'perl(ExtUtils::Installed)'. And that one requires perl(ExtUtils::MakeMaker). So now I'm caught in a loop because I can't install any of those because they require each other. I don't have internet access on the machine so I have to manually install the .rpm files.
Any tips or ideas how to succesfully install perl(ExtUtils::MakeMaker) without internet access?
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