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Linux Magazine: mod_perl, Part One

Jan 13, 2005, 10:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Randal L. Schwartz)


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"Last month, I talked a bit about mod_perl, and how I used it extensively on my web server. But I was reminded by a few of my reviewers that I've yet to provide a good overview of mod_perl in any of my columns! Time to fix that.

"As its name suggests, mod_perl is an Apache module that can be added to a statically- or dynamically-linked Apache server, or can be added later via the APXS mechanism. Generally, if your flavor of Linux has Apache, you probably have simple instructions for adding mod_perl already available. Macintosh computers running OS X already have mod_perl built-in, and there are a number of pre-built versions of Apache with mod_perl for Windows machines as well..."

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