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How to identify which perl module has been installed.

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scmuser created the topic: How to identify which perl module has been installed.

How to identify which perl module has been installed.

rajeshkumar replied the topic: Re: How to identify which perl module has been installed.

rmp -qa | grep perl

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puneetbhatia77 replied the topic: Re: How to identify which perl module has been installed.

I tired this command at ubuntu but got error.

rmp -qa | grep perl
No command ‘rmp’ found, but there are 20 similar ones
rmp: command not found

DO we need to install rmp package?

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Puneet

rajeshkumar replied the topic: Re: How to identify which perl module has been installed.

Hi Puneet,

I guess ubuntu support .deb package manager by default..

you need to have RPM installed. May be following URL should help you out?
embraceubuntu.com/2005/09/23/installing-using-an-rpm-file/

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Rajesh Kumar
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amavila replied the topic: Re: How to identify which perl module has been installed.

Hi,
rpm or dpkg commands not to be used for listing perl modules as there are possibilities that the Perl modules are installed by downloading from CPAN web or using cpan commands.

To list perl modules –
On windows/*nix use the command: “instmodsh” (check the documentation : perldoc -i instmodsh)

If you are using Active Perl distribution you can try the command “ppm list”

Regards,
Shiva

Rajesh Kumar
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