Installing Perl's Credit Card module on Ubuntu is relatively straightforward. If you want to validate credit card numbers before sending them for processing, then Perl's Credit Card module will be a boon for you. Installing it is painless and is just a few clicks away.
To install Perl's Credit Card module on Ubuntu, one can use a graphic program like Synaptic or Adept, the package manager for Kubuntu. Simply search for "libbusiness-creditcard-perl", select it, and click apply. This will require the Perl language being installed, but this is typically not an issue.
If you prefer not to use a graphic program for the installation, you can use either Apt-Get or Aptitude to install the module. Both follow the same basic syntax, but Aptitude tends to sort out program dependencies better. Invoke Apt-Get in the following way:
sudo apt-get install libbusiness-creditcard-perlor use Aptitude as follows:
sudo aptitude install libbusiness-creditcard-perlInstalling Perl's Credit Card module on Ubuntu is that simple. An example of how to use it is shown as part of "Validating a Credit Card Number Before Processing It". This is a good start, but there is more to do if you want to minimise the rate of fraud on your ecommerce site. See "Credit Card Processing Choices".
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