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Multiple Developers, One Apache (with mod_perl)

I have multiple developers on one server, each with their own copy of the same perl codebase checked out of SVN. I want each developer to have their own subdomain pointing to their own copy of the ...
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How can I run Bugzilla on Windows with Strawberry Perl?

I've been at it for 3 days now, and run into, usually, a Storage.pm problem with the "Binary image v18.86 being greater than 2.7". I've tried different Bugzilla's: 3.0.8, 3.2.4, 3.4rc1. Next I'll be ...
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Modify file before sending to cgi handler

I'm making a portable installation of Apache to run Bugzilla. This installation has a portable version of Perl and it's the one I want mod_cgi to use. However, mod_cgi doesn't have any way to ...
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CPAN is using old perl version to install modules

I installed Ubuntu earlier this weekend and had to install an updated version of perl(5.22.0) for a script I'm using. However when I used CPAN to install the modules I needed I found out that they got ...
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Catalyst stderr going to the wrong log

I have several vhosts served by Apache 2.2.22 on a Debian Wheezy server. Some vhosts are Catalyst apps; all vhosts run with mod_fastcgi and mod_suexec. Each virtual host is configured to use a ...
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Installing perl-Time-HiRes on RHEL6.2 gives perl dependency error

I get the following when trying to install perl-Time-HiRes: host1:user1 > sudo yum install perl-Time-HiRes Loaded plugins: product-id, security, subscription-manager This system is not registered ...
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tomcat server not running after uncommenting servlet tags in web.xml

I am running tomcatserver and i need to execute a perl script. I searched online and found out that i need to uncomment in conf/web.xml <servlet> ...
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Did not find 'zeroDotZero' in module SNMPv2-SMI

I have a perl script that searches through our switches to find which one hosts a given IP address; this script uses net-snmp libraries to poll through a daisy-chain of ethernet switches (think core / ...
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install_driver(mysql) failed: Can't locate DBD/mysql.pm in @INC

Having the following error while trying to execute a perl script(For LVM backup). Seeing some DBD module is missing. How would I resole it ? [root@localhost mylvmbackup-0.13]# ./mylvmbackup ...
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Perl command line + add PATH before string in file

I want to add the PATH - /usr/local/bin/perl befpore string in the file by perl command line ( the perl command line must be in my bash script ) , I have solaris machine the target to add - ...
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Bugzilla : No SASL mechanism found

I am using Bugzilla on windows 7. I am using the unofficial Bugzilla installer. I followed the steps accordingly and gave valid credentials wherever required. I open Bugzilla and try to create a new ...
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Run a perl script as a windows 7 service

I have a perl script which is compiled using pp, to be run as a windows service on windows 7 machines. I looked at the thread http://www.perlmonks.org/index.pl?node%5Fid=230377 but of little use ...
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localhost In Outgoing Messages

I have exactly the same problem as this. In a nutshell I am using mime::lite to send admin emails but they appear to be being flagged as spam because localhost[127.0.0.1] appears in the headers. My ...
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How to use sed, perl to rename files and its contents with a particular pattern in a given directory?

Given a directory "Centos1" which has few files named Centos1.x, Centos1.y, Centos1.z and these files also has "Centos1" in their contents. Using a single command ( using find, sed, perl -pie ) how ...
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Restarting a Perl-script (socket daemon) from /etc/inittab

I run a small multiplayer card game with around 500 users at peak times: The client is in Flash and the server is in Perl. The Perl server binds to port 8080, i.e. only 1 instance of it can be ...
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Apache returns the perl script source instead of execute the script when the request comes from chrome

I've just finish to install awstats on my web server, and it runs fine using firefox. But when I try to open the awstats page with chrome, the perl source script is downloaded (instead of being ...
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How do I configure OS X's built-in Apache server to use FastCGI?

I want to serve a FastCGI based Perl script using Snow Leopard's built-in Apache server (2.2.14 apparently). I've heard something called MacPorts is required; which is some sort of 'apt'-like package ...
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Exit code 13 from Perl's system() command?

I am trying to call system commands from perl, using system(). That usually works fine, but when I don't start the perl script myself, but have a compiled C program run it using the C popen() ...
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How could I set up perl 5.10.1 on a Debian Lenny machine to be the default perl for all users (except for root and system processes)?

I am going to create a new Virtual Machine running Debian Lenny. I want to install the latest stable version of Perl (5.10.1) such that all non-root users would use it by default. However, I don't ...
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Error trying to get munin running as a cgi

I'm just cutting my teeth getting munin running (latest 1.4.1 on centos) . It's working but I want it as a cgi frontend so I'm not generating graphs constantly when I look at them a few times a day ...
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How to configure Nginx to serve a variety of back-ends via multiple FCGI processes?

I've seen a lot of tutorials showing one how to set up PHP/Python/Perl/RoR on nginx via various FCGI processes. None of the tutorials that I found show one how to serve multiple FCGI services off one ...
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Not able to execute cgi script getting muxserver_listen bind(): Permission denied

When i run a perl CGI script from browser it gives below error in apache error logs. It is not getting response from server. While i run my script from command prompt it works fine. I am using below ...
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Strange Apache/PHP&Perl behavior—error (70007)

I’m dealing with a particular strange situation: I have two Linux machines, one with Scientific Linux (v4.8) and one with CentOS (v6.2). On the SL machine I have a XAMPP distribution with Apache ...
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Can't get NetSNMP agent to answer using my prorietary MIB

I have to add a proprietary MIB to debian's snmpd that I must be able to query (get and set) from another networked computer on a non-standard UDP port (network aspects will be a further step). I ...
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Setup Oracle instant client on CentOS/RHEL Linux - for PHP and Perl

I'm trying to setup a CentOS 5.5/64 bit VM to access a remote Oracle database with PHP and Perl scripts. (I have no experience with Oracle, have only programmed and administrated some PostgreSQl and ...
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server hang-up; no response, but no disconnections either

Greetings Experts, System: standard gentoo install with not much more than postfix. I was in the middle of a big IMAP-driven email-migration last night (a bunch of Perl scripts) when the new mail ...
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How to find directories that contain only one file?

Does anyone know how to search through thousands of subdirectories for all directories that contain only 1 file and not more than 1 file? Any suggestion on what tool to use or an easy code snippet?
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Dependency Challenge with CentOS

Given the following output, suggestions on what to try first? This is on a CentOS 5.3 box (upgraded from 5.2 via yum) running as a little dev server. I'm generally comfortable with *nix, but ...
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Silent and scripted install of CPAN and Perl modules?

I need to install CPAN and some Perl modules automatically in a Scientific Linux (RHEL) installation script. Unfortunately the specific modules I want (at least one of them) cannot be found as RPM:s ...
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How can I check the location of perl and CPAN files?

I constantly have to set up new servers for an employer of mine for an exact purpose of his, and as such they all have to be set up in exactly the same way. So I've created a script in PHP that I run ...
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What to do if bash scripts come with an incorrect interpreter path?

I'm trying to install BugZilla on our server. The issue is that perl scripts of BugZilla define the path as /usr/bin/perl, and my perl installation is located at /usr/local/bin/perl. I've had this ...
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How to call perl from crontab?

I can run this command fine from the SSH console of my rackservers shared hosting: cd /home/myaccount/public_html/whatever; perl -w -I/home/myaccount/public_html/whatever rss2txt.pl ...
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How to get password prompt from ssh in Perl script

When I execute this from command line, I get prompted for joe's password (which is what I want): ssh -t 192.168.1.32 'scp joe@192.168.1.31:/etc/hosts /tmp' When I try to run the same command from ...
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How can I run a Perl script in a different timezone?

I need to run a Perl script, but make it think that it is in a different timezone (GMT) than the server is configured to use normally. I would like to do this without modify the existing script, by ...
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find files with non-zero size in shell

I need to get a list of names of files with non-zero size inside a directory. This should be in a shell script, so bash (or a Perl one-liner) would be ideal.
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Calling sudo within a script that was called with sudo prompts for password even with NOPASSWD

A PHP program I am working with (LConf) calls a script using sudo. I have allowed the user apache to run the script and have tested with sudo -u apache /usr/local/LConf/lconf_deploy.sh. I am being ...
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SSH key based authentication in Perl server

I have a server written in Perl that clients connect to in order to perform some management tasks. Without going into details I would like to achieve two things: encrypt connection channel between ...
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What kind of backup plan do I need for installing perl modules in production?

I manage an application that has been rode hard and put away wet over the years, but is still expected to continue to work. The server OS has been maintained, but the Perl instance has not because ...
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Perl missing while installing nginx on centos

I am trying to install nginx on my server, however it keeps returning "./configure: error: perl 5.6.1 or higher is required" eventhough I have perl v5.8.8!!!! I have already downloaded perl and ...
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perl + ignore “/” char in perl

I want to replace the string America/Adak with America/Jamaica by: perl -i -pe "s/$A/$B/" /etc/sysconfig/clock please advice what need to update in the perl syntax ? ( the problem is that ...
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Is PERL a must on LFS? [closed]

I am building LFS, and I am wondering about building PERL. Call me narrow minded, but I really want to try going on a Linux system without PERL, and have everything implemented in Python. Since I ...
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How to force Perl use /bin/ksh instead of /bin/sh?

I am migrating from AIX to Solaris 10, but the version of /bin/sh there is so old, that our scripts does not work. Can I somehow force perl to execute commands in `` via different shell (in my case, ...
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Writing a Linux Service

I would like to write a Linux service using PERL, but don't know how to do. (I know perl) I have a MySQL database, and need to check it for new records, so I can process them. The service should ...
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Unable to install Perl Crypt::OpenSSL::RSA module, please help

I spent several hours but unable to install CPAN Crypt::OpenSSL::RSA module. It's required for Postfix's dkimproxy add-on. What I do is to run the following command in the shell: $ perl -MCPAN -e ...
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VMWare perl toolkit download

I seem to be finding it far harder than is reasonable to find a recent copy of the VIPerl Toolkit to download. There's a copy on sourceforge, but that's marked as beta and dated 2007. There are ...
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Email gets heavily delayed in Bugzilla

In my bugzilla (hosted in Ubuntu 12.04), emails are geting delayed upto 24hrs and sometimes even more than that. I have also installed Jobqueue.pl as well. But whenever i am checking the jobqueue ...
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Can't locate Config/IniFiles.pm in @INC (@INC contains:

mylvmbackup is a Perl script for quickly creating MySQL backups. It uses LVM's snapshot feature to do so. Following are the error I had when I tried to execute the mylvmbackup perl script. How can I ...
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Using “at” to call a delayed process from within a cgi script

Here is a puzzle I hope you can help me with. A client wants to send a welcome letter exactly 47 minutes after a document is uploaded via cgi script. I wrote a routine to send the letter, and then I ...
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How to install Perl Power Tools on Windows

Are the Perl Power Tools still around? I'm trying to install them on Windows Server 2008 with Strawberry Perl. If I search the web I get: http://sourceforge.net/projects/ppt/ as first link, where I ...
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Authoritative DNS with default response

I need to setup an authoritative DNS for 500K zones. About 90% of the zones are identical (except for the domain name of course). I have only found PowerDNS appropriate for this task - using Pipe ...