[ic]Threads on Perl
unix4linux at cfl.rr.com
Sat Nov 20 08:24:48 EST 2004
I had the same problem that you did two nights ago. What I did was I
went to CPAN and got perl 5.8.2 and ran the configuration. I let it
install right where my current version of perl was 5.8.5 and it over
wrote all of the files there. Now, instead of IC trying to catch 5.8.5
it sees my non threaded perl 5.8.2. Try that and if it doesn't work
have you tried installing perl somewhere else and telling IC where that
On Sat, 2004-11-20 at 11:23 +0100, Stefan Hornburg wrote:
> On Fri, 19 Nov 2004 17:26:11 -0600
> "Paul Arnold" <arnman at cox-internet.com> wrote:
> > >
> > >>>Hello,
> > >>>I have searched High and low, and High and Low, and Haven't found a
> > >>>downloadable non-threaded perl for Fedora Core 3, or red hat 9. I have
> > >>>searched the icdevgroup site, and all over the internet.
> > >>>I have tried the newest perl, and even the developemental version of
> > >>>perl, and during configuration, I select no to Threads when it asks.
> > >>>But after all the install, I go to install IC, it gives me a Can't
> > >>>install because of Threads, type of answer.
> > >>>I wonder what I can do to either download a unthreaded perl, or somehow
> > >>>make my perl install non-threaded.
> > >
> > > I guess you have another copy of Perl which confuses your IC
> > This is what I have now, I reinstalled my FC3 and followed Brians
> > instructions on vermonster. Everything I saw I typed in and all worked. I
> > went to install the tar file of IC, and it started to install like magic. It
> > went all the way through until it said
> > Writing /usr/local/interchange/auto/Interchange/.packlist
> > /usr/bin/perl Makefile.PL force nocpaninstall= final=/usr/local/interchange
> > and it is just hanging there. In fact, it has been an hour, I left it just
> > in case it was doing something in the background. and it is still on this
> > line.
> > I check TOP and perl was using most of my cpu.
> > Does it normally take this long? I even stopped it and ran make install and
> > it still says the same thing.
> No, there is something wrong. You may examine your process list and then
> strace the hanging process.
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