Terry L. Ridder
artisticforge at gmail.com
Fri Apr 10 12:32:16 PDT 2015
I would not know that since I do not do windows. Linux, MacOSX & raspberry Pi.
I will just read the thread.
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terry l. ridder ><>
> On Apr 10, 2015, at 12:43, Philip Colmer <philip at colmer.me.uk> wrote:
> Yes, it is Windows. Whilst I understand your point about the Perl
> installation, it is the get_iplayer Windows installer that takes care of all
> of that. I don't have Perl installed separately on my computer.
>> I am going to assume you are running some version of windows.
>> I am going to assume that you have kept this version of windows updated.
>> The problem is not with get_iplayer it is rather with the Perl
>> Has Perl been updated lately?
>> I personally would start by searching the PC for the library it is giving
> the error
>> message about.
>> Look at the permission of that library and the enclosing folders.
>> I had an issue with Perl when Macports installed a Perl version which
>> with the official apple version. Depending the PATH environmental variable
>> setting the error may or may not show up.
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