[vz-dev] iskra mt171

Henry van Gestel henry.van.gestel at gmail.com
Tue Dec 18 11:24:59 CET 2012

Thanks for your advise.
The modules are loaded in a library under home pi en the perl path is extended with that lib path. So easy to get rid off.
the apt-get didn’t gave me the wanted results.
That was the reason for the maybe quick and dirty approach.  
I’am always open to learn from a experienced person. 

The perl script (iskra2.pl)is giving me output but never stops, the time between data is increasing filled up with <0a> LF
I think it Should  stop after giving the telegram with data, am I correct in this?
What could be wrong?


On Dec 18, 2012, at 10:24 AM, Jakob Hirsch wrote:

> Henry van Gestel, 17.12.2012 23:14:
>>> The Perl module IO::Termios ist not installed.
>>> run "apt-get install libio-termios-perl" to fix that.
>> After some study I solved with artikel :
>> http://world.std.com/~swmcd/steven/perl/module_mechanics.html
>> e.g.
>> Downloading: IO-Termios-0.01.tar, IO-Tty-1.07.tar
> You should really not install modules or any other software on a debian
> system (or any other system with package management) unless you know
> what you are doing (which I don't think you do, with all due respect).
> Just use the command I gave above (an "apt-get update" before may be
> needed), and you won't need any fiddling with source tars or trickery
> with environemnt variables, plus you get updates automatically from debian.
> If you need a module, lib or programm that is not installed, just use
> "apt-cache search", which would have given you the libio-termios-perl
> package. For Perl modules you usually don't even need that, as Perl
> module packages in debian are named after the module, e.g. the module
> Foo::Bar is in libfoo-bar-perl.

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