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I removed perlbrew and made certain I had no offensive environment variables before reinstalling it.

After reinstallation, I loaded up cpanm and tried first an XS module I have historically had no issues with (JSON::XS); then List::MoreUtils...

gcp4al16:rg8239$ which cpanm ~/perl5/perlbrew/bin/cpanm gcp4al16:rg8239$ cpanm JSON::XS --> Working on JSON::XS Fetching +.gz ... OK ==> Found dependencies: Canary::Stability --> Working on Canary::Stability Fetching +-2013.tar.gz ... OK Configuring Canary-Stability-2013 ... OK Building and testing Canary-Stability-2013 ... OK Successfully installed Canary-Stability-2013 Configuring JSON-XS-4.02 ... OK ==> Found dependencies: common::sense, Types::Serialiser --> Working on common::sense Fetching +5.tar.gz ... OK Configuring common-sense-3.75 ... OK Building and testing common-sense-3.75 ... OK Successfully installed common-sense-3.75 --> Working on Types::Serialiser Fetching +-1.0.tar.gz ... OK Configuring Types-Serialiser-1.0 ... OK Building and testing Types-Serialiser-1.0 ... OK Successfully installed Types-Serialiser-1.0 Building and testing JSON-XS-4.02 ... OK Successfully installed JSON-XS-4.02 4 distributions installed
gcp4al16:rg8239$ cpanm List::MoreUtils --> Working on List::MoreUtils Fetching +428.tar.gz ... OK Configuring List-MoreUtils-0.428 ... OK ==> Found dependencies: List::MoreUtils::XS, Test::LeakTrace, Exporter +::Tiny --> Working on List::MoreUtils::XS Fetching +-0.428.tar.gz ... OK Configuring List-MoreUtils-XS-0.428 ... OK Building and testing List-MoreUtils-XS-0.428 ... FAIL ! Installing List::MoreUtils::XS failed. See /home/rg8239/.cpanm/work/ +1597187453.8905/build.log for details. Retry with --force to f orce install it. --> Working on Test::LeakTrace Fetching +.tar.gz ... OK Configuring Test-LeakTrace-0.16 ... OK Building and testing Test-LeakTrace-0.16 ... OK Successfully installed Test-LeakTrace-0.16 --> Working on Exporter::Tiny Fetching +02002.tar.gz ... OK Configuring Exporter-Tiny-1.002002 ... OK Building and testing Exporter-Tiny-1.002002 ... OK Successfully installed Exporter-Tiny-1.002002 ! Installing the dependencies failed: Module 'List::MoreUtils::XS' is +not installed ! Bailing out the installation for List-MoreUtils-0.428. 2 distributions installed

Obviously, still no luck

In reply to Re^11: XS.c: loadable library and perl binaries are mismatched (got handshake key 0xc100000, needed 0xc180000) by rgren925
in thread XS.c: loadable library and perl binaries are mismatched (got handshake key 0xc100000, needed 0xc180000) by rgren925

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