KONDOU, Kazuhiro wrote:
do you want to make mod_perl with Perl 5.[68] on < 5.x system?
you must rewrite PERL5/PERL5/PERL_VERSION/PERL_VER in
/usr/ports/Mk/bsd.port.mk and rebuild mod_perl with portupgrade -f.

/usr/ports/Mk/bsd.port.mk doesn't look like anything I want to mess with: it reads like it has the "No User Serviceable Parts Inside" label.

if you execute cvsup/cvsync. these programs discards your changes.
if you want to save your changes in bsd.port.mk, i recommend to
use 'cvs up' from anonymous CVS repo. to sync ports tree.

more easy way, use 5.x system. :)

Well, I'm not ready for that yet. This is a production system for me, and I'm not tackling the 5.x learning curve just yet.

People have been running mod_perl on 4.x systems, so there must be a way.

Paul Beard
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