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Old 03-29-2002, 11:53 AM   #1
Verruckt
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Error when doing "Apt-get install apache"


On a debian box trying to install perl and gettting it to properly work and error comes up when typing "apt-get install apache". the error goes something like this ( I can have the full error messsage in a few ):

"Your perl is not configured" and such

What can I do to fix this as its quite crucial that it be done soon?

thanks in advance

-Verr
 
  


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