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Does cPanel support mod_perl

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by moribund, Dec 14, 2004.

  1. moribund

    moribund Member

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    My brother gave me an account on his dedicated server that runs cpanel. On my servers at home I have mod_perl installed, and it has been installed on his server. My question is Can I add mod_perl handlers in cPanel somehow, or do I have to beg my brother for root access, or have him add them to my <VirtualHost>'s in httpd.conf? I know regular CGI works, and that cPanel's apache is smart enough for .pl files in your cgi-bin to be run as CGI's, but I want the incredible flexiblility that is only available in mod_perl. If you don't know what mod_perl is check out their homepage at mod_perl.

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    moribund
     
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    i suppose u will have to have the root.
     
  3. moribund

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    Darn, I'm an idiot. If I need root, I can use sudo. And edit /etc/sudoers, and give access to opening httpd.conf in vi as well as apachectl graceful. But does anyone else have any other ideas?
     
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