I do have PERL5LIB set like so:
… but there’s nothing related to SpamAssassin in there.
Just Geo::IPfree and Memoize, both for Awstats.
I tried to install Net::DNS using CPAN, but most of its tests
failed for some reason. If I ever bother to get it installed,
I’ll try the INSTALLSITELIB thing. (Unless PERL5LIB is enough.)
Actually, spam hasn’t been a problem for me in a while. I
think it’s the Bayes filter–almost all of my spam comes in
with BAYES_99. RAZOR2 is another common one. But then
again, I only get 1-2 spam per day on this account.
With regards to the original question, we should probably
examine the error more closely:
opendir(./…/…): Permission denied at /usr/local/lib/perl/5.6.1/File/Find.pm line 597
I have no idea where it’s starting from, but it looks like it’s
trying to access the grandparent directory. You’re installing
in ~/sausr. I’m installing in ~/usr/spamassassin. Try that
instead. If it’s trying to access /home, it might cause a
permission denied error.
If that doesn’t work, next step might be to look at line 597
and try to figure out what it’s trying to do.
Or search Google for that error. I haven’t tried that.