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Hello again Perl300,
Can you run this command on the node:
On my LinuxOS installed Perlbrew from CPAN I see the following output:
If you are missing the patchperl then it is exactly the same case as the perlbrew fails to install patchperl #350 that I mentioned before.
It looks that something went wrong when you tried to download and install from git the perlbrew. Maybe it is not contain the patchperl binary, I do not know I have not looked into the repo.
From the bug report most users are complaining that they have installed the perlbrew (they do not mention if they did it from github or by another way) but they are facing the same problem with you. It seems that all are missing the patchperl binary.
So if I was you I would look at the dir ~/perl5/perlbrew/bin/, if the binary is not there then you need to manually install is as is mentioned in the bug through:
But as I said, even you do this and perlbrew it starts working maybe at some other point you will face another problem. So from my point of view ask the Admin to update CPAN and install the package and all dependencies through the official way perlbrew:
There are dependencies of the package requires that the repo might not include.
I would start by the directory and then if the binary is missing go step by step troubleshooting and try to get it to work.
Looking forward to your update. BR / Thanos
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