[ensembl-dev] Local installation
ayates at ebi.ac.uk
Wed Feb 23 09:48:53 GMT 2011
local::lib is sometimes a way of getting in Perl dependencies when you don't want to install to a centralised system location. However if you're having to force your CPAN installations then this is really bad & without any kind of debug messages impossible to diagnose why. Do you find you have issues with a particular module or a type of module (C based, pure Perl or all)?
Have you tried installing the dependencies using the inbuilt Linux package management tool e.g. yum or apt?
On 23 Feb 2011, at 09:26, William Spooner wrote:
> Hi Jean-Pierre,
> We've played with lots of distros, but have settled on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS for production work and Debian wheezy for development, the latter for compatibility with debian-med. We're packaging Ensembl for the latter, but this effort is not quite complete. Having said that, other than BioPerl and Bio::DAS::Lite, I'm not aware of current Perl module issues. What exactly are your symptoms?
> On 23 Feb 2011, at 09:06, Gauthier Jean-Pierre wrote:
>> I have trouble to make my local installation of Ensembl:
>> When installing Non-Ensembl Applications, many perl modules will not
>> install. This looks like CPAN do'nt manage correctly dependencies.
>> Is there a "best" linux distribution (I've tried on RedHat EL5 an debian Squeeze)
>> Shall I Force install?
>> Has somebody got this kind of problem?
>> Gauthier Jean-Pierre.
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