So I ran into a simple little problem.
I wasn't connected to the internet and started cpan. It started to configure for the first time and then when I realised a few seconds later that the internet wasn't connected I hit
Ctrl + C
When I connected to the internet and brought CPAN up again, it asked me to continue from where is left, but prompted me for a WHOLE lot of configuration options. I left them to default.
It then asked me for a mirror URL, I think I typed it incorrectly. Now cpan doesn't work at all!!
I would like to reset to the typical first start I'm used to where it will ask to configure everything for me.
I looked at this perlmonks post which suggested deleting
/etc/perl/CPAN/Config.pm but it doesn't exist for me.
/etc/perl doesn't exist itself.
Question: I'm on CentOS 6.4, how do I reset cpan?