Re: calling perl from html page
- From: Purl Gurl <purlgurl@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 03 Jan 2008 14:10:37 -0800
I installed the indigoperl on my window PC.
Afterwards I tried to test it with an guestbook example code that I
Moti, I forgot to discuss this for you.
Do not install scripts then test to determine if Apache
Start Apache through your windows "Start --> Indigo Perl"
program selections. You should find a "start apache" link.
Start Apache. An MSDOS like window should appear on your
desktop or as an icon on your taskbar. Maximize (open)
this window. You should read "Apache..version stuff..running."
Now minimize (do not close) this window down to your taskbar.
Now open a browser, Netscape, MSIE, whatever, and enter this
URL address into your location bar, then "GO" there,
You will or should see an html page which informs
you Apache is successfully running.
Testing Apache for running, is that simple.
You will find this test page in your "htdocs" directory.
Should be index.html in there.
So many are stumped by what slips right off the top of my mind
like a man's bad fitting hairpiece.
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