I'm trying to use mod_perl2 with apache2 in Ubuntu 10.04 LTS. From m0d_perl guide, I added the following lines between <VirtualHost> tag.
Alias /perl/ /var/www/perl/
Allow from all
Theoretically, when I put a perl script on '/var/www/perl' directory and chmod it, the script should be executed when accessed from http://localhost/perl/test.pl. But the browser prompt me to download it. How can I solved this problem?I asked the question after googling for about 1 week. I tried all possible combinations, but none worked.
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