in reply to Require a script not found in @INC array

The problem is that @INC contains directory names. These directory names, if they're relative paths, are relative to the directory within which the webserver is started in. Usually, this is something like /var/www or something like that. You don't normally have a problem when testing your scripts from the commandline because you're usually in the directory the scripts are in. To test this out, go to another directory and try to run your scripts. :-)

You need to add the following line above your requires: use lib qw( /path/to/your/cgi-bin ); and that will fix everything.

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