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How come on an NT server I just installed links 2 on, I could use #!/usr/bin/perl at the top of the script and it would run? I thought I needed c:/usr/bin/perl/ ????

Have they just mapped that path to the proper Perl path? Quite clever if you ask me Smile

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Re: [AndyNewby] Interesting In reply to
Needing #!/perl/bin/perl is an Apache thing... some servers (such as Omni httpd) will just run a program based on it's file extension like Windows itself.

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