Situation I have is this:


(a)    I have a bunch of perl scripts that use a perl module (say Foo) that is not installed on the “package build machine”

(b)   On the target machine, the FOO module was “hand installed” in antiquity in /opt/foo


In the perl scripts, I have:


Use lib qw{/opt/foo/lib};

Use Foo::Bar;


SO – I can build the package fine but when I try to install it, I get the messages:


error: Failed dependencies:

        perl(Foo::Bar) is needed by some-package-1.1.1-1.noarch


Any ideas, please, how I can “teach” the spec file that the required perl module lives in a certain place on the target machine?






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