That old perl knowledge is not enough. Things have progressed in the last 10 years. There is now a Comprehensive Perl Archive Network (CPAN).
perl -MCPAN -e shell
I chose "no" and let CPAN autoconfig itself
It did not find a links program
No ncftpget or ncftp
links program is actually lynx, can be ignored
Well, the install section says I have to create a MySQL db. That means I need to learn to use MySQL. My redhat 9.0 installed MySQL, and I found:
Up to speed.
Just joined today. I have not yet located a 'how to' about the site. It seems that my journal will have to suffice for now. I like the idea of being able to keep knowledge specific to a site on the site itself.
I will definately implement a journal on any site I build.
Guess it's off to the FAQ! 8-)
Guess what? The 'how to' is masquerading as a FAQ! 8-) It seems that all the documentation for the slash code lives in the FAQ.
Now I have to find about the implementation which is slashcode.com