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From "Ronald M" <>
Subject RE: mod_perl: Cannot load ...
Date Fri, 14 Jun 2002 12:28:54 GMT
Hi, Robert!
Have you solved you problem yet?
If not let me know cause I do faced a problem similar to yours 
And im on a win2000 server, and you are on a winXP so maybe I can help
you out, let me know ok?



-----Original Message-----
From: Robert Andersson [] 
Sent: Friday, June 14, 2002 2:27 AM
To: Apache User-List
Subject: mod_perl: Cannot load ...

Hello all,

I've just managed to get hold of mod_perl for Apache 2, and tried to get
working. The problem is that the server won't start anymore, but just
out this message:

Syntax error on line 172 of G:/usr/local/apache2/conf/httpd.conf:
Cannot load G:/usr/local/apache2/modules/ into server: The
specified module could not be found.

Now, I can asure you that it really is there. I tried to give another
the exact name of mod_perl, and Apache then, as expected, tells me that
can't locate the API module structure etc...

I have Apache 2.0.36 on Windows XP, and not much extra than PHP 4.2.1.
Besides this I have ActiveState's Perl
I installed mod_perl by following the instructions on:
That is, I installed mod_perl by using ppm, adding this line:
LoadModule perl_module modules/ httpd.conf, and restarted. But no; it's something it doesn't like.

Somewhat confusing is that, on the page mentioned above, they tell us:
"For the adventuresome who want a taste of things to come, a
mod_perl-2.0/Apache-2.0 binary distribution based on cvs sources is
available from See
accompanying Apache2.readme file in this directory for more details. Be
aware though that, being a pre-release version, bugs are most likely
As some suggested one should use the module included in this release I
so, but then Apache says that the module isn't compatible with this
of Apache.

If anyone knows what is going on here, or can point to what I do wrong,
please let me know!

Robert Andersson

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