Issue during vSphere CLI installation

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Issue during vSphere CLI installation

Hi All,

I am trying to install vShpere Command line interface(CLI) on fedora 12 but when i make an attempt to install it, I got the following message during installation,
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This installer has successfully installed both vSphere CLI and the vSphere SDK for Perl.
The following Perl modules were not found on the system. These must be installed for use by vSphere CLI:
UUID 0.03 or newer
WSMan::StubOps 0.1 or newer
I already have perl v5.10 version installed on it.As part of the vCLI installation, it installs ActivePerl 5.8.8. So why I am getting this issue and how can I resolve it.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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