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blinkblob
post Sep 14 2005, 09:30 PM
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I've installed these perl files and cannot find the file they are asking me to modify.

Before you install Perl do the following:
# su
# cd /home/root
# ln -s /usr/local usr

Then install the following packages:

* libperl - [libperl_5.6.1_arm.ipk]
* perl-base - [perl-base_5.6.1_arm.ipk]
* perl5 - [perl_5.6.1_arm.ipk]

mad.gif WHERE IS THIS FILE: I CAN'T FIND IT ANYWHERE, THE ".profile file." mad.gif

Once the packages have been installed add the following to the .profile file:
export LANGUAGE=C
export LC_ALL=C

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post Sep 15 2005, 05:42 AM
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QUOTE(blinkblob @ Sep 15 2005, 02:30 PM)
mad.gif WHERE IS THIS FILE: I CAN'T FIND IT ANYWHERE, THE ".profile file." mad.gif

Once the packages have been installed add the following to the .profile file:
export LANGUAGE=C
export LC_ALL=C

You might also want to do the following
*


You probably don't have one smile.gif

So just make it or try putting the changes on .bash_profile or .bashrc

Note: in linux a . before a file name is used to make the file hidden. To see hidden files use ls -a rather than ls (sorry if you already knew this, just covering all bases)

stu
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blinkblob
post Sep 15 2005, 06:23 AM
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Thanks for the info, Stu. Actually, I had forgotten that the . before a file is hidden and I had also forgotten that the ls -a will bring them up...



QUOTE(Stubear @ Sep 15 2005, 05:42 AM)
QUOTE(blinkblob @ Sep 15 2005, 02:30 PM)
mad.gif WHERE IS THIS FILE: I CAN'T FIND IT ANYWHERE, THE ".profile file." mad.gif

Once the packages have been installed add the following to the .profile file:
export LANGUAGE=C
export LC_ALL=C

You might also want to do the following
*


You probably don't have one smile.gif

So just make it or try putting the changes on .bash_profile or .bashrc

Note: in linux a . before a file name is used to make the file hidden. To see hidden files use ls -a rather than ls (sorry if you already knew this, just covering all bases)

stu
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