[Koha] Re: Location of Perl libraries/Premature end of script headers
huestis at wustl.edu
Tue Jan 13 12:28:09 NZDT 2004
Thanks! Actually, the point about the webserver was a little off the
mark, because (presumably) you were looking at library.wustl.edu (which
is running 5.00503) and I am installing on a test machine. But these
were the right questions to ask. I renamed the perl executable in
/usr/bin, and copied the executable from /usr/local/bin, and that seems
to have taken care of the problem. I'm seeing Koha screens.
On 2004-01-12 20:59:35 +0000 Jeff Huestis <huestis at wustl.edu> wrote:
> Can anyone tell me how the Koha install process locates the Perl
> libraries, and where it stores this information?
It uses Perl to do it. It doesn't store it anywhere and relies on Perl
being able to find them again. perl -MHTML::Template -e print will do
a similar sort of check from the command line.
The output you pasted is interesting. When you run from the
command-line, you seem to get perl 5.8.0, but your webserver looks
like it's using perl 5.00503 -- is koha using /usr/bin/perl (look at
the first line of its CGI scripts) while you're using
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