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I also upgraded recently to Fedora 22 and experienced the same issue. I resolved it by creating a symlink called libd.1 which points to (in my case) libdnet.so.1.0.1: ln -s /usr/lib64/libdnet.so.1.0.1 /usr/lib64/libdnet.1 After that Snort worked
Perl module names correspond to a .pm file path out of a necessity -- not any specific rule of the languague, but because that's how perl finds them. This assumption can be used with apt-file search to determine which distro package, if any, contains that file: apt-file search "/Future/Utils.pm" There are a lot of modules with no package, however, and ...
On my Debian system running your command gave me this result apt-get install libfuture-utils-perl Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done E: Unable to locate package libfuture-utils-perl However, I found the library was available as a package by searching: apt-cache search libfuture libfuture-perl - module ...
Installing the flex-devel.x86_64 package in my SciOs distro worked for me.
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