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Installing Internet Information Services for Windows XP (Home and Professional)
     Installing Activestate Perl

Tools required to install Activestate PERL:

 

  1. Installing Internet Information Services
  2. Configuring Internet Information Services
    1. Accessing the IIS Snap-In
    2. Welcome to the IIS Snap-In
  3. Installing ActiveState PERL
    1. Installing package DBI and DBD-MySQL
Downloading the Latest Version of PERL from ActiveState.com  
1.) Download the Latest Version of ActivePerl from ActiveState.com, ActivePerl is under the category languages. Download the MSI version of the ActivePerl installer. The MSI installer for Windows XP is usually the best choice for most users.  
Installing ActivePerl  
2.) Once you have finished downloading ActivePERL, install the program using the default settings that the ActivePERL installer has chosen for you. Be aware of the following:
  • Install PERL into the default install directory of C:\PERL  (This makes following these tutorials easier.)
  • Do not place a checkmark into "Enable PPM3 to send a profile to ASPN"
    Reference the Screenshot on the Right->
    (If you Enable PPM3 to send a profile to ASPN you will need to purchase a license from ActiveState to use the ppm updater. It is necessary to allow PPM3 to send a profile to ASPN to use the ppm updater/downloader/installer.)
  • Allow the ActivePerl Updater to: (checkmark)
    • Add PERL to PATH environment variable
    • Create Perl file extension association
    • Create IIS script mapping for Perl
    • Create IIS script mapping for Perl ISAPI (These values should be checked automatically by the ActivePerl installer if you installed Internet Information Services by following the beginning of the Internet Information Services tutorial.)


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