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comment Problems installing .ppd files (PERL) from CronW v2.0
@Metafaniel: I think this depends more about your Perl version, not the version of ppm you are using. I had a quick look at Win32-Daemon ppm from ActiveState and it appears that it is not provided for 5.18 Perl (but for 5.16 or 5.20 have it).
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comment Problems installing .ppd files (PERL) from CronW v2.0
You don´t need to worry about this, as this is the default setting. The default "ppm repository" is the one set by ActiveState.
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comment How to reinstall an intermediary version from source?
It took me a while to put all down, but I just did that sort of things for years and it was painful watch you struggling ;)
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answered How to reinstall an intermediary version from source?
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comment FreeBSD pkg init by script
What version did you just install ? For FreeBSD 10.0, the pkg bootstrapping should be (almost) automatic. For former releases, you just set your make.conf, get the "pkg" package first and doing the pkg2ng.
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comment error in /usr/share/perl5/iCal/Parser/HTML.pm on debian
You are right. Even the "latest" version have this issue (4 years old) - this module seems to not have been tested properly.
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revised Problems installing .ppd files (PERL) from CronW v2.0
about cronw required modules
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answered Problems installing .ppd files (PERL) from CronW v2.0
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answered When installing a VM, is there a difference between installing it in a separate partition on the same hard disk?
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comment When installing a VM, is there a difference between installing it in a separate partition on the same hard disk?
This might be true for 1 platter disk and big un-fragmented files, but VM are more about random access. So no real measurable impact on performance.
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comment ZFS vs existing filesystem for SD-card
@mb21 Either way, the best you can got around here for Mac OS X and ZFS is beta. If you want stable ZFS, go for Solaris-like, FreeBSD or maybe Linux.
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answered Does the fixmbr command repair the Master Boot Code only or it repairs the Master Partition Table, too?