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Section - 6.2.2 How do I make Perl on HP-UX?

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Reply like this to the Configure script's prompts:

  1. When it asks for optimization flags answer
        -O
  2. When it asks for additional flags to cc answer
        -DJMPCLOBBER
  3. When it asks for additional libraries answer
        -lndbm -lm      (ignore the other libraries Configure finds).
      You can also safely add -lBSD if you want BSD signal semantics.
  4. When it asks if you want to use perl's malloc answer
        n
  5. When perl asks on which boundary a double must be aligned answer
        8

NOTE: Precompiled versions of Perl 5.6.0 for 10.20 and 11.x can be
      found on the Liverpool archive.

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