SPUG: Perl upgrade broke mod_perl.
brian at tangent.org
Sun Mar 17 22:49:49 CST 2002
On Sun, 2002-03-17 at 20:05, Ben Reser wrote:
> I think your mod_perl version needs to be compiled against your perl
Right, mod_perl has a statically linked copy of perl in it. It will
continue to need the 5.6.0 libraries.
> At any rate I strongly recommend people not run programs that install
> updates for them. It's one thing to have a program that tells you what
> you need. But upgrading things like perl requires some thought into how
> it will effect your system.
The other thing is to just use the mod_perl that came along with 7.2.
Unless you have some needs that are not being met with the Apache that
comes along with 7.2, then just let the package management system handle
all of this.
Brian Aker, brian at tangent.org
Slashdot Senior Developer
You can't grep a dead tree.
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