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I installed a Perl program with many external dependencies in /opt/Soft (ubuntu 18 ) using sudo su at first step. Once installed, I exit the "sudo su" mode I could not anymore execute the program as a normal user. How to give permissions for all users to execute a program installed by sudoers? Why after I installed the program with sudo su I could not execute? I can only with sudo

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I think you can give other permission for binary you want to execute,

chmod o+x /opt/soft/binaryname
  • Unfortunately, it does not work, Can't locate Module.pm in @INC – user3064106 May 24 at 15:58
  • sudo /opt/soft/binaryname, it works, but not all users are sudoers – user3064106 May 24 at 16:00
  • all Perl modules are installed under /root/.local/share/.cpan/ , this installation was not system-wide. I know the problem but not the solution – user3064106 May 24 at 16:17
  • Can you try su to root, then check env root $PATH and $LD_LIBRARY_PATH, then export the output to user environment. But if the path is under root owner, you still cannot use. – arputra May 24 at 16:19
  • echo $PATH /usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin:/usr/games:/usr/local/games – user3064106 May 24 at 16:24

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