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  • by glorat (2431) on Wednesday May 22 2002, @07:05AM (#4865) Homepage
    Apache::Cookie comes in two parts (although when things work, you don't need to know this). There is the Perl part in which seems to be installed. Then there is the binary (xs) part which apparently should be in '/usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.6.0/i386-linux/auto/Ap ache/Cookie/' but isn't.

    Basically, the compilation/installation of Apache::Cookie/libapreq went wrong. Try installing libapreq from scratch. Tar zxvf if. Run the make's and any tests and watch for errors carefully. If there are none, after make install and an Apache reboot, things should be ok

    (footnote, why the heck is there a space between Ap and ache in Apache. I swear I didn't type a space in there but the preview windows is giving me one)

    • why the heck is there a space between...

      it probably has to do with the width of the textarea (50 characters) and the way in which word wrapping is handled. the following string of numbers was entered without spaces:

      123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678 90 1234567890

      i would think this is the browser's fault...surely the server doesn't need to think about word wrapping when the form is POSTed...
    • Sorry it took so long to notice this! I posted the original message, and it took a long time for it to appear here so I sort of gave up on it. I found the problem with starting up apache. When I installed libapreq it installed the lib files in /usr/local/lib

      When apache tried to start up it could not find the library. I had to add the following to my library path:
      export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/local/lib
      and now I can get apache to start up.

      Sorry about the delay and thank you for the reply!