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Cannot install mod_perl. Need path o Apache source.

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by zerofunk, Mar 26, 2004.

  1. zerofunk

    zerofunk Registered

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    In WHM, if I install mod_perl through the "Install a perl module" feature, it stops at "Tell me the path to apache source" or something similar.

    Same if I install from SSH.

    Can someone tell me the correct path to the APACHE SOURCE?

    I need mod_perl, my cgi scripts were designed to use it, and my server will soon crash from using too much resources if I do not get this installed soon.


    TELLS ME THIS WHEN I INSTALL:

    "Enter `q' to stop search
    Please tell me where I can find your apache src
    [../apache_1.3.29/src] Can't stat `../apache_1.3.29/src'
    Please tell me where I can find your apache src"
     
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  2. doiz

    doiz Member

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    I'm getting the same error. :( Does anyone know a fix for this?

    It stops at CPAN.pm: Going to build G/GO/GOZER/mod_perl-1.29.tar.gz

    Enter `q' to stop search
    Please tell me where I can find your apache src
    [../apache_1.3.29/src] Can't stat `../apache_1.3.29/src'
    Please tell me where I can find your apache src
     
  3. casey

    casey Well-Known Member

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    Well, the simplest thing to do is to install apache-asp from layer1.cpanel.net. It includes mod_perl. The path to apache, however, for your information is /usr/local/apache.
     
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