Apache2 with mod_perl

Posted on 2006-04-09
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
Hi Experts,

I am getting an error "undefined subroutine &XSLoader::load" when I try to start apache. I have tried to install this module via "ppm install XSLoader" but it still won't work.  Any ideas on how to fix this?

Question by:kesea
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    The first thing I would check:

    mod_perl v2.0 made some last minute changes to API calls before release to separate all module names from mod_perl v1.0.

    If a version of mod_perl 2.0 earlier than 1.999022 is on the system, there can be these sorts of conflicts.

    Here are some details for straigtening this out:

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