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I already have apache 2.0.47 installed on redhat 9. It has support for php and I have php 4.3.3 installed. I want to add mod_perl to my server's functionality, but I'm not sure how. Would I have to start from scratch and reinstall apache, or is there a way to do this using the server I already have running and doing something. I have already downloaded and tried to mod_perl-1.99_11. I was going to post what I did to install it, but perl.apache.org seems to be down, and I need that to refresh my memory because I don't remember the options to pass. anyways I did all the make and make install with that after I ran the Makefile.PL with options. Then I tried to restart the server, and checked the error log to see that is said whatever it says when it loads the perl module, but it didn't it just said the usual message about loading php. I'm thinking what I did would have worked if I would have added some stuff to the httpd.conf file. But after numerous searches, I still was not able to find anything that looked like something I needed to add to the conf file. So, my question is, can it be done the way I was trying, and just adding something to the conf file of apache, and if so, what do I add? Otherwise, do I have to start fresh and reinstall apache and integrate mod_perl from the start? Thanks in advance for any replies.