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can't install cpan module GD

Since I failed to install Image::Magick on my non-GUI Ubuntu server Ubuntu 14.04.2 LTS (read about it here), I tried to install another image-manupulation tool that can be used from a perl-script: GD. ...
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Errors in Simple.pm when using debmirror

Hi since the update to utopic debmirror does not work any more due to errors in LockFile/Simple.pm. The error is: Use of uninitialized value $stamp in chop at /usr/share/perl5/LockFile/Simple.pm line ...
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Run perl script from cgiperl

I am new to CGI perl. I have perl script actually works. I would like to execute my perl script from cgiperl and print the out in web page. take a text file as inout from webpage and put it in a dir ...
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How to edit INC with latest library in perl

How can I avoid the error below when running a Perl script? Can't locate YAML/XS.pm in @INC (@INC contains: ../../../YAML-LibYAML-0.35/blib/lib/YAML/XS.pm /app/utp/utp/apps_oper/perl5lib ...
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Error in apache configuration

Initially my PHP was running well and after that when I installed perl CGI modules in order to run my CGI programs, there was problem. From the local host, I am not able to compile my PhP files nor ...
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Parse lines with specific pattern out of file

I have a file that looks roughly like this : [25]:0.00843832,469:0.0109533):0.00657864,((((872:0.00120503,((980:0.0001 [29]:((962:0.000580339,930:0.000580339):0.00543993 ...
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How to install the PHP/Serialization module in Perl?

When running nfsen, my logs display: nfsen[24213]: ERROR: Can't locate PHP/Serialization.pm in @INC (you may need to install the PHP::Serialization module) (@INC contains: /usr/local/nfsen/plugins ...
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Running Multiple perl script simultaneously

I have three identical perl script; say test1.pl, test2.pl, test3.pl Each perl script have a set of commands. For example; command to run test1.pl perl test1.pl arg1 arg2 &; test1.pl ...
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apt-get is broken in 15.04. I can't install anything. Perl errors [closed]

I have managed to break my apt-get. When ever I try to install a package I get the following error. Any advice? I am a bit of a noob when it comes to apt. ➜ ~ sudo apt-get install nodejs Reading ...
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Search for number sequence

say you have a file1.csv containing 5 million lines, each line has 8 random numbers separated by comma. And you have this sequence 7,152,13,11,42,5,7 How to output the lines in file1.csv containing 3 ...
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How can I merge files on a line by line basis?

cat file1 foo ice two cat file2 bar cream hundred Desired output: foobar icecream twohundred I already have a solution involving a for loop with sed using the line number of the files, but in ...
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is there an archive for old questions ? (am looking for a perl-script we together have written) [migrated]

I am looking for 2 different perl-scripts the askubuntu-users and me have together written for usage in systemlog. Is there an archive of perl-scripts which were tested and successfull in 2012 and ...
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roundign numbers perl [closed]

a vector I have looks like this v<-c(1,7,9,15,22,29,30,30,30,30,40,42,49,50,50,50,55) as I cant allow for numbers appearing more than a single time I would like to be the output like v ...
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Is there a way to force Perl to always use the latest version?

This is in relation to this question: Why doesn't Perl use latest version by default? I'm aware that I can force it with use v5.14 from within a script, and that's what I'm currently doing, but ...
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Ubuntu Upgrade, Perl Version Broke ZImbra

Kind of in a bind here, since I heard about the bash bugs last night I decided on upgrading all off my server, not just the packages but the complete OS, it worked fine on all my servers, except my ...
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read numbers with e in awk

Hello a file I am working with looks: header // SeqT: {"POS-s":174.683, "time":0.0130084} SeqT: {"POS-s":431.49, "time":0.0221447} ...
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How can I divide an output with 2 delimiters?

By dividing with the "·" and " " characters, I would like to turn this: Hel·lo my name is E·ric To this: Hel·lo my name is E·ric Hel·lo my name is E· Hel·lo my name is Hel·lo my name Hel·lo my ...
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How to check if a switch is configured in 'ssh' or in 'telnet' using perl script provided the switch IP is available…?

In a perl script, when a switch IP is available, it is required to know if the switch is configured for 'ssh' or 'telnet' for continuing execution. How can this be done..? Please help it...
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Trying to execute a run.pl file

I am trying to run a run.pl file form the OpenDroneMap directory using the command ../OpenDroneMap/run.pl from within the Photos directory however I keep getting a Bash error. Would there be any ...
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split files with specific pattern

A file I work with is like NAMES n0 n1 n2 n3 n4 n5 n6 n7 REGION chr 1 100000 404 AAAAAAGA 992 TTTTTTTA 1146 CCCCGGCC 1727 CCCCCACC 1778 GCCCCCCC My desired output is (please ...
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How to add command line options to perl script? [closed]

currently I have the following script #!/usr/bin/env perl use strict; use warnings; my %seen; my $header = <> . <>; print $header; my $last_sequence_number = 0; open( my $output, ...
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How to to fetch kernel errors in Ubuntu..? [closed]

I a trying to make an alert e-mail system using Perl Script, when a kernel error occurs in a server. How can I fetch serious error logs from the kernel? Logs can be seen in /var/log/kern.log The ...
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Locale warning from Perl stops Postgres configuring

So I want to set up Postgres on a Microsoft Azure-server running Ubuntu 14.04. I need to make a cluster: user@mysystem:~$ pg_createcluster perl: warning: Setting locale failed. perl: warning: Please ...
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Apache 2.4 and mod_perl 2 on Ubuntu 14.04: local configuration

I'm trying to get Apache 2.4 configured such that I can test mod_perl 2 code locally (I should note that I have little recent experience with Apache). I've installed both of them on a machine running ...
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apt-file regex: escaping a dot

I want to find all packages which provide a shared object containing "ssl" in the file name. The apt-file manpage says: --regexp | -x Treat pattern as a (perl) regular expression. ...
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Add Prefix name in a file in Perl Script

I am trying to write a perl script to add the prefix name on the file (~100 files), but i am failed to get it done. Example case that what I means: abc.jpg change to NYear_abc.jpg def.jpg ...
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Install Ububuntu on Asus X205TA (error)?

I am trying to follow this Instructions to install Ubuntu 14.10 on ASUS EeeBook X205TA , but after running the first line of code, I get this error: Unable to locate package libfont-freetype-perl ...
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Error while running perl command on Ubuntu

ruby@ruby-Z87X-HD3:~$ sudo apt-get install libpdf-api2-perl Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done libpdf-api2-perl is already the newest ...
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diffrence between two files of different row numbers

Yesterday I asked this question, and got awesome answers, it's really a joy to ask questions on this site. Today I got a slightly different question say I have csv1 1,2,3,4 5,6,7,8 -- 9,10,11,12 ...
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Bash create custom string

how could in bash a pattern like ROW1 n1 n2 n3 n4 up to 300 be done with some command in bash or also just perl...the delimiter would need to be \t as above
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How can I delete text that is NOT in quotes or parentheses?

Input: 19. "foo foo" (bar bar) (19) raboof "foo foo" raboof Expected output: "foo foo" (bar bar) (19) "foo foo" As you can see, I would like to keep the double quotes and parentheses. ...
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matrix operation in bash [closed]

the point is that I woul need to transpose a large file - 1600 times 80k but the entries are not tab delimited but just U and K so it looks like UUUUTTTUTUTUUUTUTUT TTUTUTUTUUTUTUTUTUT is there a ...
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code matrix to letter [closed]

a txt file I have looks like this 1 3 6 7 9 11 000000 100001 000101 110100 000100 the recoded version should be UUUUUUUUUUU YUUUUUUUUUY UUUUUUYUUUY YUYUUUYUUUU UUUUUUYUUUU for this the first ...
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Why does Perl always need the “-p” option to be given even when the input file is stdin?

Update #2: I had a great missunderstanding about the -p option, now it's clear to me that it's used to process all the files provided as an argument, but I still don't quite understand why this is ...
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How to ssh using perl scipt,run a command, and return the output…?

As clearly explained in the question, kindly give me an option to ssh to a machine using perl script, run a few script lines there, and return the output to the source machine. Found out a few docs ...
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how to fix error perl -e exit?

perl: warning: Setting locale failed. perl: warning: Please check that your locale settings: LANGUAGE = (unset), LC_ALL = (unset), LC_PAPER = "id_ID.UTF-8", LC_ADDRESS = "id_ID.UTF-8", ...
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Perl dependancy problems installing Webmin

I just installed webmin from a .deb file. on Ubuntu Server 12.04, which went ok. I logged in at the web interface and checked the "Perl Modules" page. There was on module suggested but not installed. ...
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How can I extract text between a pair of the same character?

Input: blahŤfoobar1Ťblah Desired output: foobar1 I want to get the text between two "Ť" characters. Assume there will always be either 0 or 2 "Ť" characters, to make things easier. I tried the ...
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How to enter a declared variable in the mail body, while sending mail using perl script?

I am sharing a perl script here, which is supposed to send a mail with the HDD/RAM status in the message body: Also, the HDD out will happen only if the %HDD use is above 50%. How can I include the ...
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error in build to process builder in java [closed]

I have devloped myself tagger and I want to host on the web. my server is based on jsp. But This tagger is based on svmtool and it has been written in Perl script. That's why, I have created one ...
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parsing out in bash

my file looks like this // [297]((((21:0.125204,20:0.125204):0.00994299,(28:0.0790047,(7:0.0146105,5:0.0146105):0.0643943):0.0561423):0 segsites: positions: 1 2 4 6 9 10 45 67 78 89 ...
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How to make a bootable pendrive in command-line?

How could a Bootable USB Pendrive can be created using the Ubuntu command-line. Can we use a script for the same? Can somebody help on this?
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How to create a perl script which checks the system stats(CPU,RAM,HDD) and sends an alert mail? [closed]

The script is for adding to the cron tab. The flow of the shell script should be like this. 1. Checks the CPU state. 2. Checks the RAM usage. 3. Checks the HDD usage. 4.Sends an alert mail to ...
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Using awk command in perl script [closed]

Can somebody suggest how to use piping of commands in a perl script? Specifically commands that involve calling awk? I'm trying to create a perl script that will read disk usage using df -H and ...
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How to compare/fetch the greater value in perl script? [closed]

Trying a perl script to fetch the % of hard disk usage. [By fetching the 5th column of the 'df -H' output, shows percentage of use]. $thirdlast=`df -H`; @matches=($thirdlast=~/(\S+%)/g); print ...
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How can I put a cluster lines in numeric order?

How can I convert this: -foo -bar 42 \ randomtext=00 "00" \ -randomtext=00 "00" \ -foo -bar 104 \ randomtext=00 "00" \ -foo -bar 1 \ -randomtext=00 "00" \ To this: ...
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Perl package not found with apt

When I try to do an upgrade or install something, apt(-get or aptitude) throw an error, saying that perl can't find XML/SAX/Debian.pm while trying to configure libxml-libxml-perl. Here is the full ...
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Can't locate LWP

After recent upgrade I can't launch only one of my apps it always gives me this error: Can't locate LWP/UserAgent/Cached.pm in @INC (you may need to install the LWP::UserAgent::Cached module) (@INC ...
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Perl .pl file downloads instead of being executed

I'm trying to get OTRS 4.0 working on Ubuntu 14.04. I've followed all instructions to install from source. When I open the site (localhost/otrs/index.pl), an empty .pl-file is served for download. ...
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Output of a Perl one-liner [closed]

I have a perl one-liner: perl -pe 'while (/((\(.*?[^)]\))|(".*?"))/g) {print "$1 ";} print "\n"' testdata The file testdata contains the following: "123" (123) 123 Ouput is: "123" (123) "123" ...