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Using/Installing modules on a remote webserverby newrisedesigns (Curate)
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newrisedesigns has asked for the wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question:
I just wrote an Perl "survey script" which uses CGI.pm and XML::Simple.
The program works fine, however, when I upload it to my webserver - which is virtually hosted :( - It dies. Not gracefully, either... the browser reports that it's still "Waiting Request."
Here's the error message from the server log.
So I thought, and I remembered that I asked in the chatterbox if one could use a module, even if one doesn't have access to that machine. I was told that you could, either by simply uploading it, or putting the guts of the module in your file.
I tried uploading XML::Simple, and all its dependencies (The entire XML, LWP, and URI directories under perl/site/lib), to no avail. I also added
I'd like to keep the XML component (it's how the votes are stored on the server) however, I might have to scrap it if I can't get it working. :(
I'm stuck again, and I greatly appreciate any help you are willing to offer.
John J Reiser
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