You may have to use #!usr/bin/perl.exe which will work with XAMPP and your remote server if you follow the above idea.Izzy's KB wrote:Hi, I had a suggestion for a better place for XAMPP to install Perl. I
am sure this has been suggested before but C:/usr/bin/perl is the better
idea than C:/xampp/perl. I personally created a usr in C:/ folder and
moved my perl folder from C:/xampp/perl to C:/usr and it helped me a
In Perl/CGI, you have to do
for Linux and most other servers on the web, so what you would have to
do with XAMPP is
which makes things a whole lot harder when you're using XAMPP for
testing code on your home computer just to upload it to your actual web
server later as I do.
I had moved the bin directory up one level so the path would be correct.
This is a test server and all of the scripts that I work with have #!/usr/bin/perl as the shebang line. So it's important to keep that line the same in the scripts.
Izzy - Thanks !! It works great.
I am unsure of playing in the registry.
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