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If you need a CPAN library called CGI:: Session then the naming convention normally used is perl-CGI-Session.
If you install additional plugins you might need to install additional CPAN modules. For building the CPAN modules from sources it is assumed that you have a fully working Perl and C development environment (including a C compiler and make tool) - but you may have much easier alternatives.
This is not required if you can install the libraries as packages.
In this documentation, we can check how to install Perl module in c Panel.
Perl modules are collections of functions that allow you to perform tasks in Perl.