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From: Michele Beltrame <admin@...>
Subject: Re: Problem with g-cpan and Task::Catalyst
Date: Sat, 31 Dec 2005 18:03:31 +0100
Hello!

> portage_tmp and /root/ for certain things. the quickest solution would
> be to fire up cpanplus and reconfigure it (should have similar options
> to cpan interactive in this regard) so that everything is pointing right
> again, worst case hand munging the config file that got plopped into
> vendor.

I reconfigured CPANPLUS by hand, but the situation seems not to improve. 
Well actually CPANPLUS works very well if used stand-alone, i.e.:

cpanp -i Task::Catalyst

but I get the usual permission denied messages when using g-cpan.

What I did (for now) was to install the separate modules which 
Task::Catalyst depends on using g-cpan. Everything worked, even though 
it was a bit more work.

	Michele.

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