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sending perl output to browser whilst offline



Jun 21, 2000, 3:28 PM

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I'm running W98 and Windows 2000 Professional, does anyone know how I can use my perl programs offline. At the moment if I have a link that points to "c:\" and I click on it IE just prints the contents rather than executing the program and displaying the results.

Any help much appretiated,


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Jun 21, 2000, 3:54 PM

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Re: sending perl output to browser whilst offline [In reply to] Can't Post

Install a web-server!

There's the Personal Web Server (PWS), but I don't recall if that's a FrontPage add-on or if it supports CGIs.

Not sure if 2000 Pro is an NT equivalent, but if so, you could also use IIS.

You can also download the Win32 version of Apache.

In any of the above cases, the web server should be accessable offline as either http://localhost/ or

[This message has been edited by Kanji (edited 06-21-2000).]


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