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Enabling "modl_perl1 mode" with Apache2

Posted on 2004-03-25
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What I love/hate about LINUX work is that every project has quite
  the same charactertics - Minefields, Quicksand, Blind Alleys,
  Walking in Circles, etc....
             
  I'm trying to install BURP (Basic User Registration Portal) with MySql Database
  on a Red Hat Linux 8 system with Apache2 running
                                                                   
  I've gotten 5 of my 6 Perl Modules to install and am left with
  the Apache1/Apache2 problem to sort out.  Authors say -

   "Will run with apache/mod_perl2 in mod_perl1 compatibility mode"

   Cryptic documentation reads -
   "Make sure you're using mod_perl 1 compatibility mode in httpd.conf
       PerlRequire "/usr/local/apache/conf/startup.pl" in your startup.pl:
       use Apache2 ();  user Apache::compat();
                                                                               
  OK fine.  So what do I change where?
  Sounds like HTTPD.CONF stuff.
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AFAIK apache2 does no longer use startup.pl
Where did you read this doc?
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