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From Jay Scherrer <...@scherrer.com>
Subject Re: Is mod_perl installed
Date Thu, 19 May 2005 21:17:31 GMT
Cfaust,

What does your httpd.conf file say after the modules listing?
If it says something like:
#
#load configfiles from the config directory "/etc/httpd.conf.d"
#
Include conf.d/*.conf
#
Then check there for your: perl.conf file.
Within the perl.conf file you will find:
LoadModule perl_module modules/mod_perl.so

Then look for the perl_module in /etc/httpd/modules.

This is standard placement for Redhat Linux RPMs.
I have found that I can edit this perl.conf to customize my modPerl and
directories and script aliases 

On Thu, 2005-05-19 at 14:49 -0400, cfaust-dougot wrote:
> Hey Stas,
>  
> I know this has been asked a ton of time and I have read everything on
> the site to check if MP is installed - my problem now is I have a
> client who has told me over and over again that mod_perl is installed
> - every method documented on the site says it is not (string doesn't
> appear in the error log, via telnet to apache or via the lwp-request
> method, it also doesn't appear via httpd -l.
> All method above report only "Apache/2.0.46 (Red Hat) configured"
>  
> The box is RH enterprise and Apache and MP2 were installed via RPM -
> the client called RH (to prove me wrong) and RH told him if you
> installed MP2 via the RH RPM then that MP2 line shouldn't appear
> anyplace...
>  
> I find that really hard to believe BEFORE I wasn't able find anything
> documented about it.. Is that true?
>  
> So I guess my question is, can it be said with 100% certainty that the
> "mod_perl 1.99xxxx" should show up in the error log (or those other
> documented methods) if its installed and configured properly?
>  
> Is there any other ways to prove its installed or not installed?
>  
> Thanks
> -Chris


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