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From David Arnold <darn...@northcoast.com>
Subject Re: Configuration problems
Date Fri, 11 Jun 2004 20:54:28 GMT
Stas,

At 07:18 AM 6/11/04 -0700, you wrote:
>David Arnold wrote:
>> Neil,
>> 
>> 
>>>Hello Sir
>>>Don't know if you sort your problem out or not.
>>>I had the same issue just yesterday our time ;-)
>>>If you follow this:
>> 
>> http://apache.perl.org/docs/2.0/user/intro/start_fast.html#Configuration
>> 
>>>Not the installation part and try the example scripts and Handler example
>> 
>> then it will work for you.
>> 
>>>Seems like Redhat had done all the work already for us in Redhat9 install
>> 
>> rpm's.
>> 
>> Yes, I've seen and tried some of the things in this document, but not a
>> complete download and install. 
>> 
>> Are you also working with Red Hat 9? Did you put these things in your
>> httpd.conf?
>> 
>>   LoadModule perl_module modules/mod_perl.so
>>   PerlModule Apache2
>>   PerlModule Apache::compat
>> 
>> Or did you leave httpd.conf as is and go to trying the scripts?
>> 
>> Currently, I have the above in my httpd.conf and I also have the following
>> in my httpd.conf.
>> 
>> Alias /cgi-perl/ "/var/www/cgi-perl/"
>> <Location /cgi-perl>
>>     SetHandler perl-script
>>     PerlResponseHandler ModPerl::Registry
>>     PerlOptions +ParseHeaders
>>     Options ExecCGI
>> </Location>
>
>That looks good.
>
>> I place the following script in /var/www/cgi-perl and when I request it
>> from a browser I get a popup asking if I want to save the file to disk or
>> open it. Not the behavior I expect.
>> 
>> 
>> #! /usr/bin/perl
>> print "Content-type: text/plain\n\n";
>> print "Mod_perl 2.0 rocks!\n";
>
>When you request it, what's the URI that you use to access it?

scinux.redwoods.edu/cgi-perl/rocks.pl

>> Another simple file I have in /var/www/cgi-perl is:
>> 
>> 
>> #! /usr/bin/perl
>> # perltest.pl
>> print "Content-Type: text/html\n\n";
>> print "<html><head><title>Script Environment</title></head><body>\n";
>> print map{ "$_=$ENV{$_}<br>\n"} sort (keys (%ENV));
>> print "</body></html>\n";
>> 
>> And curiously enough, this works when accessed by my browser, and one of
>> the environment variables it prints to the screen is:
>
>And what's the URI this time?

http://scinux.redwoods.edu/cgi-perl/perltest.pl

>> MOD_PERL=mod_perl/1.99_07-dev
>> 
>> However, the   LoadModule perl_module modules/mod_perl.so in httpd.conf is
>> still causing an error message when I start and stop the server.
>> 
>> [root@scinux cgi-perl]# /usr/sbin/apachectl stop
>> [Thu Jun 10 08:13:57 2004] [warn] module perl_module is already loaded,
>> skipping
>> 
>> [root@scinux cgi-perl]# /usr/sbin/apachectl start
>> [Thu Jun 10 08:14:24 2004] [warn] module perl_module is already loaded,
>> skipping
>
>I'm not quite sure what was the problem with an archaic version like
1.99_07. 
>Please try the latest version 1.99_14 and let us know if the problem
persists.

I may wind up trying this new download, but I'd like to try a few other
things first.

Thanks for your help.
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