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Old 22nd February 2006, 13:41
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Angry cpan install of BerkeleyDB

I am running redhat enterprise linux es 4.0

When try to install BerkeleyDB

i do the following and get following out puts

you can see this http://www.dikkenberg.net/error.txt


who can help me

it's driving me creasy
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Old 22nd February 2006, 14:52
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The problem is that the berkeley DB librarys or the berkeley DB devel package is missing on your installation. This must be a package from redhat, not from cpan. I dont know RHEL so well, so i cant give you the exact name. In DEBIAN the packages where named "libd3" and "libdb3-dev".
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This solved my problem
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