I have a CD with the Fedora 14 ISO burned. It doesn't appear to have perl installed on it. (Open a terminal, type "perl" and press Enter, and get the "Command not found." response.)
Further, once I install to the hard drive and boot from it, run the updates and let them complete, and reboot, I still don't seem to have perl and I can't find a package for fc14 that would install perl.
I must be the only one having this problem because I don't see any references to this and somebody would have noticed by now, but is there anyone who can tell me what I might have done wrong?
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True, perl was not installed per default. (Not sure why...) However, it turned out the failure to find the installation package was b/c my place of employment uses an internal mirror. Their repo list file failed to include the "testing" subdirectory for the fc14 stuff.