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17 years ago
morongo
Skeeza, I previously entered a long post about adding ScriptAliases to your Virtuals config without first TRYING my current configuration to see if it worked with subdirectories under cgi-bin...turns out it does, no further configuration changes required. So I deleted that post to avoid the confusion. According to my searches, Apache sudirectories DO inherit the congiuration of their par
Forum: WampServer English
17 years ago
morongo
yfastud, > why you need to install ntfslink and have to do some extra work? >What the benefit from it? I get to keep my perl-code the same on both my home machine and my web-server, which also runs under Apache, but on a BSD platform. I only use ntfslink to simulate '/user/bin/perl' for perl scripts I write, I don't need it for multiple users or cgi-bin directories (as you pointe
Forum: WampServer English
17 years ago
morongo
First, symbolic link functionality is already built-in to an NT-based OS, programs like ntfslink and others just let us access that feature more easily. As for WAMP 'associations', the location of perl under C:\wamp\perl is just a convenience, it would work just as well if you installed perl in C:\perl, but there is still no easy way to intall the win-perl directory tree as C:\user\bin (so I use
Forum: WampServer English
17 years ago
morongo
I installed WAMP5 yesterday, php (and everything else) worked great! So today I installed the perl add-on. I read the stuff in this thread first, did the recommended httpd.conf changes and everything ran just fine, right from the start (you are all a great help, Thanks very much!). The only thing I took exception to was having to put: "#!C:\wamp\perl\bin\perl.exe" at the top f
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