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I've corrected the problem by removing perl path statements in the windows environment variables. They were at the beginning of the string from an old install. The strawberry install added it's own path statements at the end. This allowed the new strawberry intall to search the paths in the correct order.


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This is really a comment but I don't have enough points... I've seen similar problems when doing yum updates. (and it is yum update not yum upgrade). Usually, this is easily resolved by doing a "yum update ", i.e. "yum update perl" then, if that succeeds, do the "yum update perl-Time-HiRes"


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This Perl CGI monitorix.cgi simply cannot find its configuration file named monitorix.conf.path. As you show only a fragment of the Perl file, it is only guesses: either there is no default monitorix.conf.path and you had to create one in /usr/share/monitoryx/cgi/ or the Perl CGI is looking for it in /usr/share/monitoryx/, not base_dir/cgi/ as it is ...



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