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Windows95 Perl Compiler

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How can I set it so my .pm files execute (when I access them through my browser) on my Windows 95 system?

I can get them to work on my RH Linux box, want to be able to set it up on my Windows machine too.

Thanks!

Matt-
matt@anji.smhall.org
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see url

 http://www.visca.com/clueless/cgi-win95.html

for directions on how to install Perl 32 for Windows..

good luck



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