Oct 5, 2000, 10:57 PM
Post #4 of 7
Ah. You need to run through a browser. That's different from running a deskop "application", and the details for making it work depend on which web server you're using.
Re: Can I run perl off a desktop without connecting to a server?
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If you're using ActiveState Perl under IIS, it's sufficient to use the .pl extension, though you may need to use IIS's administrative interface to allow scripts to execute in whatever virtual directory maps to where the perl files are.
If you're using Apache, then the #! line will need to point to perl.exe, and the .htaccess needs to include