Regarding CentOS 7.2.1511 x86_64 bit & Installer
During the install, the installer check fails to identify perl-Time-modules for there is no such package in the CentOS 7 base/update/epel repositories. However, using yum install perl-Time-modules does resolve and prompt for installation perl-Time-ParseDate. Odd. Permitting the installer to install the missing packages doesn't result in a fault, but doesn't appear to install anything when reviewing /var/log/yum.log–no new packages.
Is the package dependency for Open-AudIT perl-Time-modules equivalent to perl-Time-ParseDate or do I have missing dependencies? If so, what are they?
Many thanks for raising this. Yes the perl-Time-ParseDate has superseded the perl-Time-modules.
Having perl-Time-ParseDate installed before or after the installation will mean you have NO missing dependencies.
We will be updating the installer(s) to cope with this situation.
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