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PerlParse Error??? #147886
02/23/03 04:42 PM
02/23/03 04:42 PM

Anonymous OP
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Hi, I'm trying to re-establish an existing forum onto another server. The older server died and now I have to move it onto another. Path has changed and I need information on how to migrate it, ie. how to reconfigure.

However, even before that, I can't seem to get UBB.classic 6.2.x cgi scripts to run. I've tested pathto.asp and it works, hello.cgi works.

ubb6_test.cgi doesn't work as will as cp.cgi, gives me the following perlis error:

"INTERNAL ERROR: PerlParse did not exit clean!!!"

I very much need assistance on how to fix this. I have never encountered such a perl error before.

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Re: PerlParse Error??? #147887
02/23/03 06:40 PM
02/23/03 06:40 PM

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Here is the backup/transfer guide

Also, you should use the .exe version of perl instead of the .dll version and see if that helps.

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