Contributed by Anonymous Monk on Sep 01, 2000 at 12:18 UTC
Q&A  > programs and processes

Answer: If Perl is installed to a networkdrive, can I run scripts on a pc without perl?
contributed by halxd2

Big Time! On a M$ mounted network drive, say P:, install perl from a workstation with the mounted drive. Can be the station sharing the drive, just mount it with the same name you want to use throught out your network. Then add P:\perl\bin to your path and bingo! I mostly had to say things like perl, but it worked great. That was on a network of about 170 PCs, 1 NT server, and 20 or so printers. That network connected to a much larger network, connected to the net. Lots of traffic, perl ran like it was local.

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