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Last week you found out all sorts of good things about mod_perl, but you may be wondering how you get started using it. Let this article be your guide.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. Introduction to mod_perl (part 2): mod_perl Quickstart
  2. Installing mod_perl Detailed
  3. Configuring and Starting mod_perl Server
  4. The "mod_perl rules" Apache::Registry Script
  5. The "mod_perl rules" Apache Perl Module
  6. Is This All I Need to Know About mod_perl?
  7. Acknowledgements
  8. References
By: Stas Bekman
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May 07, 2002

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