Case #1 - The PerlNET component is disabled in the installer. PDK installs but I don't get PerlNET.
Case #2 - The PerlDevKit gets past creating shortcuts, but not much further, then it fails silently and starts rolling back.
Case #3 - I keep receiving an error message that says "Error writing to file: Perl510RT.dll. Verify that you have access to that directory." (The exact filename can be one of several Perl5*.dll files)
PerlNET in PerlDevKit 7.2+ requires .NET 1.1 and .NET 2.0, with SP1 for both being strongly recommended.
In Case #1 there is no .NET installed. PDK detects this and automatically disables PerlNET.
In Case #2 only .NET 1.0 is installed.
In Case #3 only .NET 1.1 is installed.
You have two options. You can either install .NET 1.1 and .NET 2.0, then proceed with a full installation of PerlDevKit, or you can disable the PerlNET component of PerlDevKit during the PDK installation process (as is done automatically in Case #1). Either should allow you to complete the install.