Okay you just threw a question nobody can really answer. Its like saying go by me a tool to go fix my car with out knowing what tool to buy. You get me.
What is your distro?
You say httpd daemon, so I'm going to assume you might be using RHET based distro (such as CentOS). httpd is the init script developed by rhet which runs apache web server.
This link will help you configure apache to run cgi perl scripts. http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.4/howto/cgi.html
How ever I do want you to know if you don't understand what httpd is then you need to do more reading before you just starting runing cgi scripts on your server. You need to understand the security risk involved. A misconfigured webserver can actually give a attacker root access to your server.
But I'll be glad to help. Please tell what Linux distro your using and I'll direct you to some good to read info. But the main thing is you need to read all apache documentation at http://httpd.apache.org