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Running CGI through Frtont Page 98 beta

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I was wondering if it is possible to run CGI (perl) programs locallly through Front Page 98 (beta).  I am just starting to learn perl and would like to be able to test out programs without puting them on my ISp's server.
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No not unless you have the personal server setup.  Which you will need to look at the help files on how to set that up.  Remember that perl is just a scriting language, and needs a UNIX server.

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