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Introduction to mod_perl (part 3): Non-privileged Install

You know how to get mod_perl up and running on servers where you are a privileged user, but on machines where you are not privileged, it's a bit trickier. Let this article be your guide.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. Introduction to mod_perl (part 3): Non-privileged Install
  2. Installing Perl Modules into a Directory of Choice
  3. Manual Local mod_perl Enabled Apache Installation
  4. References
By: Stas Bekman
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December 17, 2002

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As you have seen from my previous articles, mod_perl enabled Apache consists of two main components: Perl modules and Apache itself. While installing Apache without root privileges is a very easy task, one should know how to install Perl modules in non-system wide location. In this article I'll show different ways to tackle this task.

In the examples used in this article I'll use stas as a username, and /home/stas as a home directory of that user.

 
 
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