APM: questions about Perl, Apache, local::lib setup on Centos 6.4

Jack Lupton jacklupton at gmail.com
Wed Mar 11 21:34:56 PDT 2015

Yes, that makes sense. Just the jump start I needed.

On Wed, Mar 11, 2015 at 10:09 PM, William N. Braswell, Jr. <
william.braswell at autoparallel.com> wrote:

> Hi Jack,
> We use ShinyCMS on Catalyst on Apache2 on Ubuntu.
> There may be some useful info for you in my LAMP University install notes
> document, starting around line 428:
> https://github.com/wbraswell/lampuniversity.org/blob/master/docs/LAMP_install_notes.txt
> Note the <Perl> sections of that Apache2 site config file.
> I use local::lib to install Shiny/Catalyst as my non-root user
> 'wbraswell', then chown the '/home/wbraswell/public_html' directory for
> Apache use, then set the above-linked Apache config file to find everything
> needed in the home directory.
> As for Wordpress, we barely have the time to handle our existing
> Shiny/Catalyst site, so personally I'll have to pass on anything extra
> right now.
> Hope this helps!
> Perling,
> ~ Will the Chill
> Austin.pm Prez
> On 3/11/2015 at 2:23 PM, "Jack Lupton" <jacklupton at gmail.com> wrote:
> Respected Perl Mongers,
> For some time I've been installing local::lib and PerlBrew to my home
> directory. This allows me to install whatever Perl I want to use without
> the
> restrictions of the system Perl. I'm using PearlBee -
> https://github.com/Perl-Evozon/PearlBee - for blogging software and
> running plack to serve it up. I'm the only one perusing the web site.
> I'm getting ready to some more serious work and would like to use Apache2.
> My
> questions are: how do make my local::lib available to the pages being
> served by
> apache, and do I install local::lib to the directory in Apache? Is there a
> secure way to still serve the web site from my home directory with Apache?
> TIA for insight or reference to relevant documentation.
> Jack Lupton
> PS, I need to get PearlBee working with WordPress themes. Seems very
> similar to what is being done with the Austin Perl Mongers website. Anyone
> up for special sessions of APM on this subject?
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