Installing Perl modules without root access
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"And of course, local::lib itself can be installed
without root permissions, so there's no need to bother your
sysadmin at all!
"I'm going to demonstrate how to use local::lib on a clean
install of Ubuntu 9.04.
"The first thing to do is go to
http://search.cpan.org/dist/local-lib and download the latest
version. Save the .tar.gz archive to your Desktop folder.
search.cpan.org Downloading local::lib
"Next, open a Terminal session and enter the following commands
to unpack the archive:"
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