Re: how to confirm mod_perl is functioning with apache? to run mason
On 2002.05.28 19:03 Petro wrote:
On Sat, May 25, 2002 at 09:17:12PM -0400, Ian D. Stewart wrote:
> On 2002.05.23 20:42 justin cunningham wrote:
> >hey list, I wanted to check out mason which requires mod_perl but
> >not show as a loadable module in /etc/apache/httpd.conf I just
> >installed libapache-mod-perl but wasn't prompted to load mod_perl.c
> >loadable module like say, php4. how do I confirm it is properly
> Hey Justin,
> I'm in pretty much the same boat (trying to test mod_perl
> installation/configuration IOT use HTML::Mason). Have you heard
> anything back from anybody?
> I'm currently going through the mod_perl guide
> (http://perl.apache.org/guide). Will let you know if I find
I don't use mod_perl myself, but some observations:
(1) In woody, libapache-mod-perl actually installs
in /usr/lib/apache/1.3/400mod_perl.info, you get:
LoadModule: perl_module /usr/lib/apache/1.3/mod_perl.so
Description: If you can do it with perl, you can do it with Apache.
Which may, or may not be the same thing as mod_perl.
Also there is a package apache-perl (also in woody) that has mod_perl
(perl_module?) statically compiled in.
I tried using apache-perl, with no luck. I also tried installing
libapache-mod-perl, which seems to succeed, but fails to pull in the
apache package (which GnomeAPT claims is unavailable).
I was able to get Apache and mod_perl by building from source.
BTW, the mod_perl Guide includes a section for testing the
installation of mod_perl.
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