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  • Sounds like you don't have a Perl handler. You ought to have something like these two directives in your httpd.conf file:
    AddHandler perl-script .pl

    PerlHandler Apache::Registry

    That tells Apache to use mod_perl to process .pl files instead of serving them as raw text.
    • This was absolutely right, nowhere in our conf was a perlhandler. When we put it into our conf file however, each *.pl file was changed from being text, into being a forbidden access! How can that be?
      • by maol (1592) <maol@symlink.ch> on Monday December 03 2001, @04:16AM (#3753) Homepage
        Your setup didn't complete.

        My guess is you didn't Include the slash settings into the main httpd.conf. For a functional site it is absolutely necessary that every f*cking step of the setup is completed successfully!

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