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Posted on 2014-02-14
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I want to install the following perl modules.

The following perl modules.
Data::Dumper
Getopt::Std
IO::Socket
IO::Select
DBI
DBD::SQLite
POSIX
LWP::Simple
File::Basename
SQLite version 3+

please advise on how to do this on linux server.
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Half of those are core modules.  If they are missing, then you have a seriously broken perl installation and would need to be reinstalled.

For the non core modules you can use the cpan or cpanm utility.  The cpan tool comes with all perl installations and I believe cpanm comes with the newer versions.
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