how to create executibles for a perl program

I have created a perl program. I want to create a .exe file for that. I plan to put the .exe file online for our customers to simply download the file and run their scripts from there.
I work on a sun solaris system. I have been searching on the web to find  any software that can convert my perl programs to perl.exe.
What software can I use that will convert my perl program

#! /usr/local/bin/perl

print "this is a test program";

into and executible file.
OR is there a command in perl/unixz that would do the same function i.e. give me a binary/executible file for the above program so that i can use the executable rather then using my perl script.
 
thanks
jbarlasAsked:
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christopher sagayamCommented:
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jbarlasAuthor Commented:
i think this software has problems with Sun solaris.
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Kim RyanIT ConsultantCommented:
.exe are Windows executables, not UNIX. Most Soalris systems should come with Perl already installed.
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ahoffmannCommented:
on UNIX simply do a
   chmod +x your-perl-script
and make shure the very first line in your-per-script looks like:

#! /usr/bin/perl

where /usr/bin/perl is the full path to the perl interpreter (may be found using:  which perl)
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hilltopCommented:
look here at the perl dev kit it contains a utility that will convert perl script to win32 executable
http://aspn.activestate.com/ASPN/Downloads/PDK/More i dont know of any way to create .exe's on solaris you will need an NT or 2000 box it wont work on win9X either
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hilltopCommented:
oops works on solaris to sorry
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