On Tue, 04 Oct 2005 14:00:42 -0500 ... Nope you re working. And these two below let you know that. ... SeeMessage 1 of 8 , Oct 4, 2005View SourceOn Tue, 04 Oct 2005 14:00:42 -0500
Troy Bull <troy.bull@...> wrote:
> I removed that line and it started up. And when I ran my test scriptNope you're working. And these two below let you know that.
> at the following location
> (this script echos out the envronment variables) I get the following
> output It was my understanding that GATEWAY_INTERFACE should say
> something like CGI-Perl/1.1 is that true or am I working and to dumb
> to know it?
> # MOD_PERL = "mod_perl/2.0.1"See
> # MOD_PERL_API_VERSION = "2"
for more information on this.
Frank Wiles <frank@...>
... If you re looking to get a apache and perl setup on win32, I highly recommend using the binary package that Randy Kobes distributes. He s even provided aMessage 2 of 8 , Oct 6, 2005View SourceTroy Bull wrote:
> I have Apache I downloaded from apache.org. I got the ppm for mod_perlIf you're looking to get a apache and perl setup on win32, I highly
> from the binary distribution site mentioned on the apache help page. I
> installed it using ppm (active state). And when I add the following line
> PerlModune Apache2
> My Apache wont start up. I tried to carefully follow every direction on
> the apache site, does anyone have any ideas where I might look?
> The error it gives me is :
> The Apache2 service terminated with service-specific error 1.
recommend using the binary package that Randy Kobes distributes. He's
even provided a script to fetch the files.