PAC Manager: A Remote SSH/FTP/Telnet Session Management Tool

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23 Responses

  1. The Stuborn man says:

    You can manage to install using CPAN –> but this is harder since involves compiling stuff – one of the things you can do is using the fc18 rpm packages – since they are ” same version” as RHEL7 – or CENTOS equivalent ones — But You must know that this is not allowed by redhat.

  2. Temitope Oteyowo says:


    I need help to get Pac Manager up and running on Centos 7. I managed to get perl dependencies installed but i cannot start pac manager and i get this error on the log: localhost gnome-session: /usr/bin/perl: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib64/perl5/vendor_perl/auto/Gnome2/GConf/ undefined symbol: Perl_Gthr_key_ptr. i know this has to do with perl-Gnome2-GConf. Maybe the version i installed not compatible also.

    Somone help pls!


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