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The way you installed the program was most likely not system-wide. Just like shell needs the $PATH variable to know when to look for executable programs, perl needs to be told via $PERL5LIB variable where to look for modules. How to set this variable is explained here.

You can try to find by typing locate If that actually gives you a directory where this module resides, that directory needs to be added to the $PERL5LIB variable. For most local installations, that would be either $HOME/perl/lib/perl5 or $HOME/perl/share/perl5. It is not a bad idea to add those two locations to $PERL5LIB no matter what.

PS If you have sudo privileges, you could reinstall the whole thing as root user and the modules will probably placed into a directory that is already included in $PERL5LIB.

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