Make sure the path to perl has been defined in your Ikonboard's configuration.
The first line (shebang) of a perl script should contain the path to perl with any command line switches.
Linux based OS:
Windows based OS:
Change the path to your own perl.exe path.
To find out if your perl is working go to:
Select the Perl
menu item under Demos
You should see some test links.
Click on the link to http://localhost/perl/perlinfo.pl
which should bring up a web page containing a table with all the perl modules installed by default plus lots more info about your Perl version.
To install a perl module make sure you are connected to the Internet.
Open a command prompt in xampp\perl\bin
at the prompt and hit Enter key.
Use the Perl Packet Manager when it finishes loading all the perl modules in your system that it can locate at the ActiveState Package Repository.
once you have located the full perl module name to search for and the module is not in that list, follow the DB_File
in the text box in ppm and wait for the list of DB_File modules to appear.
and click on the + Mark for install
Then click on the -> arrow
icon and it should install for you.
If it does then you could answer this post in the Ikonboard's Forum
search with some good results.
Take a look at the new DeskTopXampp
launch control for XAMPP
posted by ridgewood
http://community.apachefriends.org/f/viewtopi ... 967#103967
Also available here: http://zedfiles.com/DTX/
I highly recommend DTX.