cpanm – the easier way to install Perl modules

Perl is shipped with the cpan console to install new modules. This console is quite dated and sometimes asks too many questions when you just want to install a module. CPANM is a less talkative version of the old cpan. 

Just install it on your Linux Mint / Ubuntu / Debian machine

And then you can use it like cpan. E.g. installing the DBI module

This is the result


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