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You have to cd into the App-perlbrew directory. To install perlbrew the first time on the machine, do the following:

$ git clone https://some.valid.perlbrew.url/ $ cd App-perlbrew $ perl perlbrew self-install $ perlbrew init
IIRC, if this is the very first time initializing perlbrew, you will need to use system perl to run the script. Once perlbrew is running, you should be able to just run:
$ cd App-perlbrew $ git pull $ perlbrew self-upgrade $ perlbrew init
I've never had any problems, but since your perlbrew is already in git, you can go back to an older version if necessary.

In reply to Re^2: perlbrew/curl: curl: (60) Peer certificate cannot be authenticated with known CA certificates by thechartist
in thread [SOLVED]: perlbrew/curl: curl: (60) Peer certificate cannot be authenticated with known CA certificates by Perl300

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