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Comin out of a directory.. Compilation failed in require at (eval 2) line 3. ...propagated at D:/Perl/lib/base.pm line 70. I know it'san effort, but start again: [url]http://savage.net.au/Perl.html[/url] Follow the link to Perl-Apache... I'm running FreeBSD 9.x with Apache22, and installed mod_perl2 to try to switch away from php based development based on current requirements. have a peek here

You'd expect it to indicate an error in the code for a code problem. Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode January 7th,04:25 PM #1 mod_perl config problem with Again as I thought. Please try that first, rather than your actual project, just >> to get the invocation debugged. >> > See, now therein lies the problem.

I'm new at all this - am I missing something? DB Files Module to grab html pages Perl - Bit Manipulation How to write a module? Though, it's probably easier to read: $v =~ s{(blib([/\\])lib)}{$1$2Apache2}; or even: $v =~ s{ (blib[/\\]lib) }{ catdir $1, 'Apache2'}xe; I thought there is at least one more variation of the dir Tac Anti Spam from Surrey Forum [otrs] Re: ModPerl::Registry instead of Apache::Registry Jason Joines support at bus.okstate.edu Mon Feb 9 12:00:39 CET 2004 Previous message: [otrs] ModPerl::Registry instead of Apache::Registry Next

When you (re-)start your Apache server, it prints a statup line in the logs (error log). replace text in a large text file Is this possible? D:/Apache/Apache2/ D:/Apache/Apache2/lib/perl) at D:/Perl/site/lib/ModPerl/RegistryCooker.pm line 18. I'm really >>> starting to lose patience with this thing, and I now have a >>> deadline to sort this out which is fast approaching. >>> >>> Cheers >>> >> john at lariat

Forcing PERL to write to a logfil Parsing of Hex bytes in Perl reading latest file Column alignment detecting bots shoppers Summation of file size according to user Perl - remove That's why, if you miss loading the Apache2.pm module, ModPerl::Registry is found, but not Apache::Response. -- best regards, randy -- Reporting bugs: http://perl.apache.org/bugs/ Mail list info: http://perl.apache.org/maillist/modperl.html Report this message #9: Mark. > You do not need any PerlSwitches. website here In httpd.conf LoadModule perl_module modules/mod_perl.so .......

Use the > windows explorer Search facility. Register Forum Archives Web Design and Development Web Programming Languages PERL PERL Modules mod_perl config problem with apache ? This is typically how your module is added to the > perl include path > > On Feb 14, 2014 8:38 AM, "Da Rock" <mod_perl [at] herveybayaustralia > > perhaps something very simple and silly is going wrong, but I've exhausted as much as I know.I'm running win xp/homeApache 2.0.48perl 5.8.2mod_perl 1.99_13-devI installed executables of apache and perl.

On Fri, Feb 14, 2014 at 5:29 PM, Da Rock <mod_perl [at] herveybayaustralia > wrote: > On 02/15/14 07:46, John Dunlap wrote: > > Did you get it working with the https://www.howtoforge.com/community/threads/apache2-reload-pm-issue.61223/ When adding the 4th site, however, ISPConfig froze. startup.pl was asking for old Registry: use strict; use lib "/usr/ng/lib/perl5"; use lib "/home/netreg/lib"; $ENV{GATEWAY_INTERFACE} =~ /^CGI-Perl/ or die "GATEWAY_INTERFACE not perl!"; use Apache::Registry(); use CGI (); #CGI->compile(':all'); use CGI::Carp (); No.

Still got the same error with both >> startup.pl with use >> lib , as well as PerlSwitches -I. >> >> I should mention I've tried both modperl and >> navigate here mod_perl config problem with apache ? - PERL Modules Hey all, This should be a simple thing, and I hope its not ... I guess they will still have to include > it from httpd.conf, unless you supply the latter and we > should just put it there then. Can you show it here ?

I guess they will still have to include >>it from httpd.conf, unless you supply the latter and we >>should just put it there then. > > > No, it doesn't include Though it's dangerous. Fonctionnement Perl/Tkto Send a sound... http://scriptkeeper.net/cannot-locate/cannot-locate-debconf-log-pm.html Contact Gossamer Threads Web Applications & Managed Hosting Powered by Gossamer Threads Inc.

Please try that first, rather than your > actual project, just to get the invocation debugged. > > See, now therein lies the problem. For Centos6.4 you need to do the following: 1) yum install perl-ExtUtils-Embed 2) download from cpam ModPerl::MM and build it, then 3) download from cpam Apache2::Reload and build it. Forum Statistics Discussions: 53,834 Messages: 285,367 Members: 91,940 Latest Member: Delgadillo Share This Page Tweet Howtoforge - Linux Howtos and Tutorials Home Forums > ISPConfig 3 > Installation/Configuration > English |

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I have tried using a startup.pl, but I would like to just use PerlSwitches -I instead (which from what I read is possible); regardless the issue remains the same. Please try that first, rather than your actual project, just >>> to get the invocation debugged. >>> >> See, now therein lies the problem. I didn't think so either; except maybe the Apache::Reload (which I'd like to get working as well so I don't have to restart the server every time I change the code Both ModPerl/Registry.pm and Apache/Response.pm are supposed to live under the same directory.

System calls with perl2exe Perl 6 reading rc files CPAN Module without root New Perl release What does "-e" mean in an if? I had interpreted that to mean Apache was installed under D:\Apache\Apache2\ (the Win32 installer isn't clear when installing Apache that it will be unpacked into its own directory). > Does the Both ModPerl/Registry.pm and > Apache/Response.pm are supposed to live under the same > directory. http://scriptkeeper.net/cannot-locate/cannot-locate-xml-sax-parserfactory-pm.html I have downloaded and installed the mod_perl.ppm from http://theoryx5.uwinnipeg.ca/ppms/mod_perl.ppm and managed to get Apache 2 running without any errors.

It allows you to take Apache httpd as a base (and all the general HTTP plumbing it handles for you reliably and fast), add mod_perl and perl, and add the CPAN Brad[reply] Back to Seekers of Perl Wisdom Log In? Username: Password: remember me What's my password? mod_perl config problem with apache ? Apache 2 (2.0.45) installed using the standard Apache Binaries, and Perl is 5.8.0 (Activestate Build 805).

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another idea ? Ron Savage wrote in message news:<20041894154.057829ron>... > On Thu, 8 Jan 2004 03:25:33 +1100, [email]markdoddfrayston.demon.co.uk[/email] wrote: > > Hi Mark > [snip] > You do not need any PerlSwitches. PerlMonks FAQ Guide to the Monastery What's New at PerlMonks Voting/Experience System Tutorials Reviews Library Perl FAQs Other Info Sources Find Nodes? I hope you didn't just go and copy > ModPerl/Registry.pm manually, leaving out the rest.

Cheers for the question; its things like this that I may have missed, however this particular one I searched the whole of the C drive for Registry.pm and the 3 instances Randy Kobes' version comes with Perl, > Apache and mod perl all rolled in to one. > > Where the instructions say: > o Upgrading mod perl after following these instructions That's right, Jay. Using auth or access in the perl module rather than server acl's? > >> Order allow,deny >> Allow from all >> >> >> >> I also have PerlModule Apache2::Reload

I'm really >> starting to lose patience with this thing, >> and I now have a >> deadline to sort this out which is fast >> approaching. >> >> Cheers >> maybe some of the others, but I'm not positive. So, why the bum steer? The PerlResponseHandler should be enough. mod_perl at herveybayaustralia Feb14,2014,1:42PM Post #7 of 13 (2700 views) Permalink Re: Initial setup problems with mod_perl2 - unable to locate modules [In reply to] On 02/15/14 01:15,

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