this should be easy. i've created a subclass of Apache::AuthCookie
, and now i'm trying to enable it.
this is a virtual-hosting setup, with each VH having a conf. file. in order to enable Apache::AuthCookieDBI (which is also running on this machine) correctly, i also have a specific modperl include for that domain. i created another one like it for the new, Apache::AuthCookie authentication.
it's really basic:
PerlSetVar PERL5LIB /home/httpd/website.com/libs
PerlSetVar ProImagePath /
PerlSetVar ProImageLoginScript /apps/login.pl
attempting to use the script kicks out a 500 error, and the error log says RemoteAuthentication can't be found ... even though, via an Include, this PERL5LIB is being set in the main httpd.conf ...
is there that much of a difference between a strictly Perl-based use lib and setting PERL5LIB in mod_perl?