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Re^2: How to fix Perl Installation after system upgradeby monsignor (Acolyte)
|on Nov 03, 2022 at 20:29 UTC ( #11147955=note: print w/replies, xml )||Need Help??|
@Corion Thanks very much for the reply.
Now what is the easiest way to fix this?
Can anyone see a problem with simply taking this list of all the installed perl modules and running apt reinstall list-of-modules
You mentioned "XS" -- does that have any connection to xs in the module names (in my list)? Would just reinstalling those fix the issue?
What about perlbrew? I have perlbrew installed.
Do perlbrew config files contain any important data that needs to be preserved? (Other than a list of installed modules?)
How can I compile a list of any modules that are installed in perlbrew?
It seems to me that this should be a mechanical process to recreate a fresh installation, or am I missing something?
Thanks again for the assist!
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