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From Joshua Chamas <>
Subject Re: How to install Apache::ASP when not root?
Date Mon, 28 May 2001 20:27:25 GMT
Philip Mak wrote:
> There's a system that I want to use Apache::ASP on, but I'm not root. I
> have my own Apache web server running that I can change the httpd.conf of
> (but I can't change the executable).
> I know that I can install perl modules in $HOME/lib and set my PERL5LIB
> environment variable to allow command line perl scripts to be able to use
> those modules.
> How can I do this in Apache though? If I just do "PerlHandler Apache::ASP"
> it will look in the system library directories, and of course not find
> Apache/ there. How do I tell Apache to look in $HOME/lib?

Before the PerlHandler Apache::ASP, have a block like:

  use lib qw(/some/perllib/);

You could throw all of your modules in there, not just
Apache::ASP.  So you could then start including Apache::ASP
as part of your general application module set.

-- Josh

Joshua Chamas                           Chamas Enterprises Inc.
NodeWorks <- Web Link Checking          Huntington Beach, CA  USA                1-714-625-4051

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