when both apache tasks need 99/100% usage for the first 10 secs or more, its normal, mod_perl need the most cpu cycles
you disable mod_perl in the httpd.conf, or simple run the install script that do it for you.
when it runs longer than 30sec or so, and you don't see a page after http://localhost/
in your browser, please check that no running firewall blocks the apache (port 80) or
there are a link for the mc afee firewall and virusscanner software....
i think its more a mc monkey
in german mc affe, nice typo
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