[ic] Help!! Interchange and Perl 5.8.0
New Media E.M.S.
ic_users at newmediaems.com
Thu May 13 10:19:03 EDT 2004
At 01:19 PM 5/11/2004 -0400, you wrote:
>After installing and looking at interchange on our company's development
>server, Mandrake Linux 8.2, we were ready to get it going and roll it out
>on our production server. A RedHat 9.0 system that is hosted for us.
>Problem now seems to be that it can't or won't run, ( install ) on a
>machine running multi-threaded PERL. Aaaaaaaaaaaah!!! If I wasn't crazy
>about RedHat before its even worse now. At least thats how I feel about
>RedHat 9 and PERL 5.8. More problems then you can shake a stick at.
>Is there a way around this? Below is the message I get back from the
>config script when I attempt to install Interchange on this RedHat 9.0 server.
>Interchange Version 5.2.0 Configuration
> Copyright 2002-2004 Interchange Development Group
> Copyright 1996-2002 Red Hat, Inc.
> Interchange was originally based on Vend 0.2 and 0.3
> Copyright 1995, 1996 Andrew M. Wilcox <amw at wilcoxsolutions.com>
> Distributed under the GNU General Public License.
> See the file LICENSE for license information.
>Found Perl 5.8.0 as /usr/bin/perl
>If you get a CPAN error, rerun the configuration and it should go away.
>Interchange will not work with a thread-enabled perl.
>make: *** No targets specified and no makefile found. Stop.
>make: *** No rule to make target `test'. Stop.
>The machine is running RedHat 9.0/PERL 5.8.0 and Apache 2. Anyone have any
>suggestions? I've really got to get this thing going as soon as possible.
>American Micro - Webmaster
Download Perl sources using CPAN (I typically use 5.8.2) and compile with
threading turned off, then rerun CPAN and install Bundle::Interchange5 plus
any additionals you need.
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