When I try to install ActivePerl (v5.14 or 5.16) x64-bit using the msi installer
on a Windows Vista x64 I have the following problem:
Perl complains that cannot find the Config_w64.pm file in the lib directory.
Indeed this configuration file is not created. However the Config.pm still is created. I am not so expert to create Config_w64.pm myself.
Could somebody please tell how to resolve this issue?
Command line works fine for both. ActivePerl-5.14 worked fine. Re-installed lastest ActiveTCL 184.108.40.206.
Perl Critic fails as follows (PPM crash output will follow below):
Process: perl-dynamic 
Version: 10.00 (10.00)
Code Type: X86-64 (Native)
Parent Process: launchd 
User ID: 501
Date/Time: 2012-09-12 15:12:39.605 -0400
OS Version: Mac OS X 10.8.1 (12B19)
Report Version: 10
I need Perl to connect to Oracle & extract data in text format.
Would appreciate if you can let me know whether the Perl Community Edition will help. Got to know this is a free version and won't need a liscense. Is that true /
I recently added a new package with PPM, and was looking for the documention. New packages downloaded with the PPM should show up in the ActiveState User Guide, on the left pane contents, but there just seems to be a lot missing, including the new package (Hash::Case). I have only 6 of the 300 packages installed, nothing under Core, 1 pragma, 2 programs.
Can I fix this and get the documentation to the installed packages and core?
As a workaround, can I find the HTML PPM said it was generating somewhere? I've looked at C:/Perl/lib/site but it's not there with the pm.
I'd like to use PerlScript scripts with Solarwinds to leverage Perl to create clever application monitors that report their findings to Solarwinds Server and Application Monitor. Solarwinds will only run Perl via Windows Script Host, so I have to use PerlScript.
Having an issue with the ActivePerl-220.127.116.112-MSWin32-x64-295342.msi. I am trying to configure the msi to install the files to the 64-bit Program Files folder in Windows 7 64-bit. The msi either installs to Program Files(x86)\Perl64 or C:\Perl64, but not in the 64-bit directory.
it's the first time I post it and the first time I can't install active perl on a server.
Sorry first for my english style.
I want to install activePerl on a Windows 2008 R2 SP1, we could do it on Prod environment
but doesn't work on staging.
I just launch the msi file and just after making the choices, it just end abruptly.
I did already see some forums, telling we had to be on c: locally on server, but still the same issue.
You surely already answered this question, but didn't find it already.
I could install with a log.
Hi, I may eventually figure this out, but I cannot get the manual part of the installation process to work. I am stuck at the configuration part. OS X Lion. I am trying to do this as a student/novice, because my system Perl did not perform as it should....it told me none of the documentation was in existence, and I couldn't get on to the second exercise after "hello World, " in LEARNING PERL. It actually said that there was "No documentation found for "perlfunc".
Then, after extensive searching, I found that OSX has defective/incomplete Perl.
When I execute the command set in the command invit, I'm having 2 path for perl
C:\Perl64\site\bin;C:\Perl64\bin AND C:\Perl\site\bin;C:\Perl\bin
Could you please tell me what it is and how to erase the last one please !
Just started learning perl.. installed activeperl fine, trying to run my first file
perl> perl -w hello.pl
perl> perl hello.pl
access is denied.
I am running from the cmd prompt.. c:\>
I have copied the file to the bin, and to the root of the activeperl folder.
I am setup as administrator on the local machine, and the file has permissions set to allow full control.
any pointers appreciated.