This comment won't help anyone. If you'd be more specific, there might be someone who can tel you what to do to get whatever you want to work.
Besides that, this complaint does not tell wich module (in your perception) is crap (many were named in this discussion). Maybe it was never designed to be called from a webpage, maybe the author never considered it being called from a webpage, maybe the call from a webpage might be illegal. Too many possible reasons for failing permissions.
Care to try again and tell us which module fails how and what you would like to achieve?
FWIW, it is oke for you to decide to uninstall it, but comments like this will not cause it to be thrown away. If however you found behavior that causes illegal actions, we will have to consider taking it out of CPAN.
Enjoy, Have FUN! H.Merijn
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