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500 Internal Server Error - Using ActiveState perlby perleager (Pilgrim)
|on Jan 07, 2004 at 04:13 UTC||Need Help??|
perleager has asked for the
wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question:
I'm using a windows machine and these scripts worked fine, but when I installed ActiveState Perl and tried changing the path to #!C:/perl58/bin/perl5.8.2 (active state perl 5.8), it gave me a Internal Server 500 error?
I also tried using -w, and -wT, but no luck?
Is there any basic newbie mistake I'm doing, such as not configuring something to work with ActiveState Perl?
Hey, after getting some help and researching, I found the answer to my problem.
If anyone has this type of situation you can go here and read How do I configure Microsoft IIS 4.0/IIS 5.0 to support ActivePerl?
Basically configuring your mappings/extentsions, you want to add %s %s to the end of the full perl path. :)
Once I did that, the 500 internal error problems went away and scripts seem to be working fine.