RT runs on Perl and there are many different approaches to installing and maintaining your Perl installation.
This document reviews some of the options and pros and cons of different approaches.
Today we are going to show you how to install Perl modules manually or by using CPAN on your Linux.
There are different ways for installing Perl modules.
First of all, install the Perl language and the dependencies if they are not already installed on your server. In other words, if the module has dependencies it will not work and you will need to manually install all of them to fix this.
Alternatively, you can use your system package manager to install the module and all its dependencies automatically or use the This will also ensure that all module dependencies will be properly installed.
When you run as part of your RT installation, you'll likely find that the RT will require you to upgrade some of the dependent modules to newer versions than those provided in the vendor packages.Best to subject a test system to this sort of mass module upgrade before attempting it on a production system.See the Debugging CPAN Build Problems guide for more information.The cache manager keeps track of the disk space occupied by the make processes and deletes excess space using a simple FIFO mechanism.All methods provided are accessible in a programmer style and in an interactive shell style.