The Perl community has released version 5.11 of its open source script language. With this unauthorised release, Perl developers can test whether their software is compatible with planned Perl 5.12 enhancements...
on 10/05/2009 – Made popular on 10/05/2009
I am working on client site and have no access to root, so I can't do anything to the exiting perl version(5.1) installed in usr/bin, but I need to install additional modules for perl, so I installed my own version(5.2) of perl in my own home directory, and did the path setting.
I did check below:
"which perl" gives me the correct directory.
"perl -v" gives me 5.2