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Mod_perl installation on NT_ERROR

By pragneshkumar ·
Hi,

I am running ActivePerl 5.6.0.613, Apache 1.3.12 on my NT4 (sp3)
(not sure about version)
I downloaded mod_perl-1.16-bin-bindist1-i386-win32-vc5.zip file to install
mod_perl
According to the Readme, I uncompressed the file and

* Moved ApacheModulePerl to c:\Apache\Modules(C:\Apache is the root for
Apache)
* Added a line LoadModule perl_module modules/ApacheModulePerl to
httpd.conf

When I started the Apache Server I am getting the following Error

Apache.exe - Entry Point Not Found

The procedure entry point _ap_table_add@12 could not be located in the
dynamic link library ApacheCore.dll

And I am not clear of the readme that tells

copy the perl\site\ tree to your Perl top level directory (e.g. c:\perl).

when I unzip the modperl under c:\test, I get the dir structure like

C:\test\mod_perl-1.16-bin\perl\site\5.00502\lib I am confused, exactly what are the folders i need to copy to my main perl
dir


i will appreciate for a quick response
Thanks
gandhi
india

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by donaldsimpson.co.uk In reply to Mod_perl installation on ...

Hi there,

Have a look at http://perl.apache.org/distributions.html if you haven't already, and see if you can get the latest Win32 mod_perl binaries. I would also suggest applying a more recent Service Pack for your NT4 box.

Re your directory structure - really not positive, but I think you may need to copy the perl\sites dir structure into your C:\perl dir.
HTH
Donald

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