At a command prompt, type perl -V
(make sure it's a capital V)... somewhere in the out put (at the end on my W2K WS) is the contents of @INC
Modules on my WS exist in either of these two directories. To install modules
on Windows, try using PPM
if you have the ActiveState distro or CPAN.pm if some other.
PPM interactive shell (2.1.5) - type 'help' for available commands.
PPM> install DBI
Install package 'DBI?' (y/N):
BTW, I highly recommend using the DBI
module over Win32::ODBC
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