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    Problem in Installing Apache 2.4.4

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    I have downloaded "NetWare Binary: httpd_2.4.4-netware-bin.zip" from apache.org & made changes in httpd but when I run it in Command Prompt I get the message "The system cannot find the path specified". Pls guide me to resolve this problem.

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    This type of error occurs more frequently in Windows systems than in Linux or Unix systems. The reason is that the shebang line of the Perl script (#!/usr/bin/perl) is used by the Apache web server to find a program to interpret the script. In Windows systems, the Perl interpreter is normally installed as C:\Perl\bin\perl.exe, whereas in Linux/Unix systems the path is usually /usr/bin/perl, as indicated in the shebang line. Although there are several ways of telling the web server where to find the Perl interpreter, I have found that the simplest solution is to leave the Apache configuration alone and store a copy of the Perl interpreter as C:\usr\bin\perl.exe.
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    Thank you for reverting back & giving options to solve the problem.

    I am a beginer with PHP & Apache so I dont know how the path can be changed. Please help me with more details about what should be done

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    please help me with more details about how the path can be changed


    Quote Originally Posted by vincewicks View Post
    This type of error occurs more frequently in Windows systems than in Linux or Unix systems. The reason is that the shebang line of the Perl script (#!/usr/bin/perl) is used by the Apache web server to find a program to interpret the script. In Windows systems, the Perl interpreter is normally installed as C:\Perl\bin\perl.exe, whereas in Linux/Unix systems the path is usually /usr/bin/perl, as indicated in the shebang line. Although there are several ways of telling the web server where to find the Perl interpreter, I have found that the simplest solution is to leave the Apache configuration alone and store a copy of the Perl interpreter as C:\usr\bin\perl.exe.

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    Try install the new version of Perl in directory C:\usr instead of the default directory C:\perl
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    I am getting the error listed below. I had manually downlaoded httpd_2.4.4-netware-bin.zip. The port of listen is 8080 & servername is localhost :8080


    AH00558:httpd: Could not reliably determine the server's fully qualified domain name, using fe80::a787:3d50:dc97. Set the 'server name' directive globally to suppress this message


    Please guide me to solve this error


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