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My remote server is Tripod
There's your problem. Tripod severely crippled Perl when they upgraded to 5.8. Not even the standard modules are available. I wouldn't recommend Tripod to anyone.

Try this minimal script:

print "Content-Type: text/plain\n\n"; print "\@INC is:"; print join ":", @INC;

It's empty! Bad Tripod!

Here's another one to try, even more minimal:

use strict;

And the resulting error message1:

Your script produced this error: Can't locate strict.pm in @INC (@INC contains: . /lib /site_perl) at n +ostrict.pl line 1. BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at nostrict.pl line 1.

I tried to manually satisfy the requirements for a simple site for a friend, and ended up giving up on Tripod all together (I still remember the login info ;).

1Note - in the second error message, @INC is populated. Not sure why...


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