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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I think it's pretty simple: modules provided by debian go in /usr manually installed modules go in /usr/local This works great if you stick to a stable release since the perl version won't be changing. Obviously it's not as convenient if you are using something other than stable. Of course, you're going to be stuck with the debian provided versions, and they have long release cycles, but IMHO I think that's a small price to pay compared to performing system/security updates.