[ic] Bundle::InterchangeKitchenSink install failed
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Thu Sep 16 20:14:13 EDT 2004
> On Fri, 17 Sep 2004 01:33:55 +0200, Patrick Donker
> <list-account at webpagina.nu> wrote:
>>>I tried to install the Bundle::InterchangeKitchenSink module but it
>>>stops with this:
>>>Failed 24/30 test scripts, 20.00% okay. 197/408 subtests failed, 51.72% okay.
>>>make: *** [test] Error 2
>>> /usr/bin/make test -- NOT OK
>>>Running make install
>>> make test had returned bad status, won't install without force
>>>I realize this may not be an IC question, but I'm hoping someone can
>>>point me in the right direction.
>>I assume these messages came from make test? You should scroll up and
>>see what the problems are. 20% ok doesnt sound very promissing, but if
>>you are sure, you can skip make test (not advisable though) and continue
>>running make install. The latter will most probably die as well though,
>>because of the errors in test...
> I ran:
> perl -MCPAN -e 'install Bundle::InterchangeKitchenSink'
> and ended up there. I don't think I was given the option to skip the
> test but I could be wrong. Is there a better way to install the
> module bundle?
> The system I'm installing this on is very fresh. Maybe I've tried to
> install this out of order? Could that cause this?
> - Grant
This could become a perl CPAN thread quickly, much to the dismay of many
here, so lets try and keep this short. The first time when you ran CPAN
it asked you a bunch of questions, oen of them about if you wanted to
follow and fulfil all dependencies. Maybe you have said 'No' here, which
*could* cause problems installing CPAN modules without having all
dependencies. Without a whole lot more info, which *will* most
definitively be very off topic for this list, it's near impossible to
solve your problem. I'd suggest asking this question on a perl list...
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