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I installed Active Perl and a Perlcode editor today...
Which software do I use to change a files attributes to:
chmod +755 test.cgi ?
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chmod +755 test.cgi -- it's for unix
Active Perl  -- for Windows
therefore needless "chmod +755 test.cgi" under Windows

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ok, seve
but how do one change the attributes,
if needed...
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>> how do one change the attributes
as you've said before:
chmod +755 test.cgi
under unix no additional software needed

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where do i write in, the:
chmod +755 test.cgi
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