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How setup perl's interpreter into NT

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Which dlls do I need to setup perl's interpreter into NT?
I am using IIS 3.0 and NT 4.0
Please with details.
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download

www.cpan.com/CPAN-local/ports/win32/Standard/x86/perl5.00402-bindist-bc.zip

unzip it, and follow the directions in the readme file.

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WWW.ActiveState.com should offer you what you need.
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