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#1 2006-09-21 10:40:28

dabratt
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dabratt said:

Problem installing Perl modules when using a proxy

I'm trying to install perl complementary modules using "ppm install" command, as described in the installation guide.
Unfortunately, i'm behind a proxy and the host seems to be unreachable.

How can i install those items anyway ?

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#2 2006-09-21 11:48:12

plegall
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plegall said:

Re: Problem installing Perl modules when using a proxy

I don't know how to configure PPM through a proxy, but I give a workaround:

1. download the PPM module directly on ActiveState website, for example Text::CSV_XS, revision 0.23
2. copy file the zip file in a dedicated directory "C:\ppm_repository" and unzip it
3. run the following ppm session:

C:\temp> ppm
ppm> rep add "local" C:\ppm_repository
ppm> rep up "local"
ppm> install Text-CSV_XS

What you've made is creating a local repository of PPM modules and making it prioritary over the remote repository. Feedback welcome :-)

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#3 2006-09-21 13:31:01

dabratt
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dabratt said:

Re: Problem installing Perl modules when using a proxy

ok, the module is correctly installed now.
But the "ppm" command has opened the graphical interface. I've managed to declare the local repository there and to install the module this way.

Thanks for your support.

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#4 2006-09-28 16:54:03

magorn
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magorn said:

Re: Problem installing Perl modules when using a proxy

Do on DOS environment before launch ppm :

set HTTP_proxy=<proxy host>
set HTTP_proxy_user=<user>
set HTTP_proxy_pass=<password>

Last edited by magorn (2006-10-02 09:31:30)

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