Maybe you can solve my next problem too. If I want to install a new module, it fails saying that there is no permission to write in target folder. I do not see any special setting in my osMac that should prevent it. perl -v confirms I am working with the Perl version installed with Perlbrew.
ADs-MacBook-Air:Desktop ad$ cpan Lingua-EN-Tagger
Loading internal null logger. Install Log::Log4perl for logging messag
Database was generated on Sat, 25 Nov 2017 17:53:48 GMT
Warning: You are not allowed to write into directory "/Users/ad/.cpan/
I'll continue, but if you encounter problems, they may be due
to insufficient permissions.
Fetching with HTTP::Tiny:
Error downloading with HTTP::Tiny: Error: Could not create temporary f
+ for downloading: Permission denied
+ient.pm line 41.
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