If you install additional plugins you might need to install additional CPAN modules. For building the CPAN modules from sources it is assumed that you have a fully working Perl and C development environment (including a C compiler and make tool) - but you may have much easier alternatives.
This is not required if you can install the libraries as packages.
For some tools, such as cpanm, installing from packages could be a bit more useful since you can track to see the old version number which you upgrade from.
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Today we are going to show you how to install Perl modules manually or by using CPAN on your Linux.