(Answer) (Category) LON-CAPA User Help : (Category) Server System Administration :
When I restart the web server, there are errors about missing perl files? What can be done?
This is most likely due to missing
files that are supposed to be inside
the /usr/lib/perl5 directory tree.
You can refresh your /usr/lib/perl5
directory tree (and make sure it is
up to date with everything LON-CAPA
needs) by

1) Going to http://install.lon-capa.org/3.1/latestRPMS/
2) Downloading
   LON-CAPA-systemperl-*.*-1.i386.rpm if you are on RedHat 6.*
   or
   LON-CAPA-systemperl-*.*-rh72.i386.rpm if you are on RedHat 7.*
3) Install the files with the 'rpm' command:
   rpm -Uvh --nodeps --force LON-CAPA-systemperl-*.i386.rpm

*** Debian users only, see below ***
You should consult CVS:doc/otherfiles/perl_modules.txt
and manually install needed perl modules from
http://www.cpan.org/.
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