It seems http.conf has not been set to parse ".pl" files. Have you got
an unconditional "
LoadModule perl_module" and "AddModule mod_perl.c" lines? Is your perl
script in a directory with ExecCGI permissions and is the script's
executable bit set (for the user apache is running as). Restart apache
after any changes. Best suggestions I have.
But yes, not a php question.
Roman Duriancik wrote:
>create script with some name (e.g. test.pl) and if in www expoler write
>http://server/test.pl result is source code of script. But I need result of
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