I asked this question on various ActiveState forums and in an email to ActiveState support with no reply. I'll try here. Can anybody say when 5.18.2 will be released?
Please share the link details where I can download the community edition of Active Perl for Solaris 19 (X86).
or more to the point, won't run script.
localhost gary # /home/gary/Perl/printenv.pl run
bash: /home/gary/Perl/printenv.pl: /opt/ActivePerl*/bin/perl^M: bad interpreter: No such file or directory
localhost gary #
i did the; chmod +x /home/gary/Perl/printenv.pl
The shabang line to; /opt/ActivePerl-5.16/bin/perl
(thats where the perl install lives)
tried to run the bash shell over it to see it;
Recoamimdations from google;
So whats up, how do i run perl script in linux - mint - mate
os / debian - mint - mate,
very interesting error message;
I put into the terminal;
localhost gary # /home/gary/Downloads/ActivePerl-18.104.22.1683-i686-linux-glibc-2.3.6-296746/install.sh
(perl install error,)
env: perl/bin/perl: No such file or directory
I am among the folks who have seriously broken/missing documentation. My *perl* [and all the packages I've used so far, which isn't all that many of 'em] runs perfectly. But the documentation is decimated [as with everyone else, even the core-components section is missing]. The only "solution" I've seen is a vague-feeling comment that something must have gone wrong with the installation [even though *some* docs are installed, and the actual program is installed], and the fix is to reinstall. such is life...
I'm using perl v5.12.4 on a Win7 system
Backticks have stopped working. EG:
$cmd=`dir`; now returns a null string.
$cmd=`file.htm`; used to start the default browser on the named file. It no longer does anything.
System("dir"); similarly no longer works.
The commands work fine if entered on the command line or a batch file without perl.
Can anyone suggest a possible reason for this?
Is there some particular file responsible for handling backticks and system() which I might try to replace?
I am installing ActivePerl as part of software build on Amazon AWS. Is there a "response file" (yes, I agree with license terms, this is the installation directory, etc) that I could use to avoid manual installation?
I installed AS perl on my new Win7 machine, but it won't pass command line arguments to @ARGV.
I suspect it's a registry problem in HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT, but my changes haven't fixed it.
Does anyone know the line to change, and what to put there?
I would like to use ActivePerl occasionally from USB Stick but don't want to install it permanently on a computer.
Is there no "portable" version available for download?