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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • by kungfuftr (5129) on 2004.12.20 19:41 (#36977) Journal
    FreeBSD++

    I've found debian incredably painful to use, as if you suddenly find you need to use mod_snmp with apache, oh... the package maintainer hasn't set it up that way... and oh.... you either need to hack the package to do it yourself, or find an unoffical package from something like apt-get.org
    cd /usr/ports;
    cd www/apache13;
    make install WITH_MOD_SNMP=1;
    sounds good to me
    --
    -Scott McWhirter- | -kungfuftr-
    "JAWK - Just Another Whiny Kid"
    • . . . or you could just download and compile the source yourself. That's an option with Debian, too. In fact, apt provides a fairly easy set of tools for making compiling from source simpler, though I've never had to use it myself.

      The fact that Debian has apt doesn't prevent you from using other means to install software.

      --
      print substr("Just another Perl hacker", 0, -2);