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Please read README.perl for some Perl module requirements.

Here is the basic installation procedure:

	tar zxvf pdbv-$version.tar.gz
	cd pdbv-$version
	./configure
	su
	make install

If the configure script is not able to understand whether you're using
dpkg or rpm, can you use the option --type=rpm or --type=dpkg when
running ./configure

To use it, try:

	pdbv --dir=/home/dude/pdbv
    or
	pdbv --help


To get it running frequently, you should use cron daemon:

    	# For instance, 
	30 23 * * *     root    /usr/bin/pdbv -d /var/www/pdbv
     	# will run pdbv everyday at 11:30:00 PM
     	# and put it's output in /var/www/pdbv

But you do not need to edit your crontab. Normally, at installation, 
a file /etc/cron.d/pdbv should have been created.

Check also your /etc/pdbv/pdbvrc. You can copy this file to $HOME/.pdbv for
user-level configuration.


NOTE FOR NON-DEBIAN USERS: 
The default output topdirectory is the Debian webserver root directory.
This path may be not correct for other distribution, so you should use
the --dir option or edit your pdbvrc.