[ic] RH9 & IC
mike at perusion.com
Thu Oct 2 11:38:19 EDT 2003
Quoting Hostmaster (hostmaster at zipp.net):
> Hello Interchange Developers and others,
> >From Mike Heins: Sat Sep 20 17:26:28 EDT 2003
> >I produced an image of a Red Hat 9 perl that is built:
> >1. With the standard release 5.8.0 perl core code, no threads or suidperl.
> >2. All of Bundle::InterchangeKitchenSink (a superset of
> Bundle::Interchange) and almost all of the extra modules Red Hat provides in
> RPM. (Only two Japanese language modules are not included, because they
> would not build.)
> >3. Includes /usr/lib/libperl.so so that the release Vim will work properly.
> >4. Includes both DBD::mysql and DBD::Pg.
> >It works fine for me, though you should use at your own risk. The worst
> that could happen is you have to run the uninstall.sh script or otherwise
> re-install the stock Perl RPMS.
> >Download the tar ball from one of:
> >There is a README and a cheesy install.sh script.
> When I "use something at my own risk", the worst thing usually happens,
> because it was "me" using it at my own risk, instead of someone more
> capable. I'm in the learning stages with Linux (and can see I always will
> At my request, near the end of September my server was upgraded from RedHat
> 7.3 to RedHat 9.0 by a technician at the company from which I lease a
> managed dedicated server. Afterward, Interchange no longer worked. I've
> directed the server admin to these posts, but he has yet to succeed in
> getting Interchange functioning. He has recommended downgrading back to
> RedHat 7.3, which I really don't want to do. I feel that he has been
> helpful beyond the scope of his contract with me, and although he has
> offered to continue to try to help with this problem, I would like to try to
> solve it myself if possible.
> Have any alternatives to Mike's RedHat 9 perl image solution been discovered
> since that post? I didn't see reference at redhat.com to Interchange and
> RedHat 9.0.
Because my binary image can cause problems with CUPS and
Sendmail::Milter (not usually used on server systems, but can be) I have
lately been just downloading Perl 5.8.x (5.8.1 now) and installing it at
/usr/local. It is as easy as:
tar xzf perl-5.8.1.tar.gz
./Configure -des && make test && make install
/usr/local/bin/perl -MCPAN -e shell
(set PREFIX=/usr/local during config)
cpan> install Bundle::Interchange5
At that point, you just install IC using
/usr/local/bin/perl Makefile.PL && make && make install
If you don't want to upgrade, you can just edit the shbang
line in all the executables to point to /usr/local/bin/perl.
Any competent consultant should be able to do this in an hour of billable
time if given proper access to the machine.
Perusion -- Expert Interchange Consulting http://www.perusion.com/
phone +1.513.523.7621 <mike at perusion.com>
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