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This is called the shebang line For example, if you have installed Perl in c:\perl\bin directory, you can create Perl scripts with the first line set to:
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There is another way you can invoke Perl for CGI scripts By default Perl registers pl extension with Windows Registry to be executed by the Perl interpreter If you set ScriptInterpreterSource registry directive in the main server configuration part of httpdconf, you can now run any script with pl extension properly Apache will get the interpreter path from Windows Registry instead of the first shebang line
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Read 12 for details on many other CGI-related issues that still apply to Apache on a Windows platform
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21 Configuring Apache for Windows
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To run mod_perl scripts, you must install the mod_perl module You will need Perl installed on your system before you can install mod_perl binary module so make sure you have the latest Perl for Windows from http://wwwactivestatecom After you have installed Perl, you can run the following command from the commandline to download and install mod_perl module:
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During the installation process you will be asked to enter the fully qualified path name of the Apache modules directory The prompt displayed by the installation process is shown below:
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Which directory should mod_perlso be placed in (enter q to quit) [C:/Apache/modules]
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If you have installed Apache in the default C:\Program Files\Apache Group\ Apache directory, enter C:\Program Files\Apache Group\Apache\modules The mod_perlso module should be installed in this directory Now you need to add the following directive in httpdconf to load the mod_perlso module
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You should also set the PATH variable in httpdconf as follows:
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I assume that you installed Windows in C:\WINNT and the system32 directory in C:\WINNT\system32, and that you have installed Perl in C:\perl directory and the Perl interpreter is stored in C:\perl\bin directory If any of these assumptions, which are the defaults for Windows 2000 or NT systems, are incorrect, please change accordingly
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The Windows directory is either C:\WINDOWS (for Windows 9x) or C:\WINNT (for Windows 2000 and Windows NT systems) by default If you are not sure, open a console screen (often called a DOS window) and enter the echo %windir% command to display the value of windir environment variable, which points to the Windows OS directory You can also run the set command at the prompt to display all other environment variables such as path, which usually include both the OS directory and system32 directory
Part V Running Apache on Windows
To load a set of mod_perl modules at startup use a startup script called startuppl (you can use any other name as well) with the following directive:
PerlRequire Drive:/your_path:startuppl
Don t forget to change Drive:/your_path/startuppl to the real path for startuppl In startuppl, load your modules by using the use module_name (); Perl statements For example, the following startuppl script loads the CGI module, the DBI (database independent interface) module, and the Apache::DBI module that allows caching database connections:
#!c:/perl/bin/perl use CGI (); use DBI (); use Apache::DBI ();
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Read 16 for details on many other mod_perl related matters that still apply to Apache on Windows platform Remember, to download modules from CPAN you have to use the ppm command instead of the perl -MCPAN -e shell command used in 16 For example, to install the Apache::DBI module, you must run:
ppm install http://theoryx5uwinnipegca/ppmpackages/Apache-DBIppd
Similarly, to install Apache::ASP, you must run
ppm install http://theoryx5uwinnipegca/ppmpackages/Apache-ASPppd
Running PHP scripts
To run PHP scripts with Apache under Windows, follow these steps: 1 Download the latest PHP binary distribution from http://wwwphpnet/distributions/ 2 Extract the distribution in the c:\php directory Copy the c:\php\php4tsdll to the Windows system32 directory For Windows 2000 and NT systems, the default is C:\WINNT\system32 Also copy the C:\phpini-dist to the Windows directory, which on Windows 2000 or NT is C:\WINNT by default 3 The default phpini will work for most sites, but if you wish, you can edit it By default, PHP on Windows platform has MySQL and ODBC support built-in, so you do not need to enable any extensions for it However, you should look at the ;extension=module_namedll lines and to determine whether you need to enable any of the lines For example, if you are planning on using the GD library (which is used for generating PNG images) with PHP, then you will need to uncomment the ;extension=php_gddll line by removing the leading semicolon character