[ic] Blank page
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Mon Feb 23 16:40:35 EST 2004
----- Original Message -----
From: "David Radovanovic" <dave at whatsthebigidea.com>
To: <interchange-users at icdevgroup.org>
Sent: Monday, February 23, 2004 2:22 PM
Subject: RE: [ic] Blank page
> interchange-users-bounces at icdevgroup.org wrote:
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "David Radovanovic"
> >> Using Interchange 5.0.0 on FreeBSD 4.7 with Perl 5.8.0. The problem
> >> is that after makng edits on a/all template/s within the UI, I
> >> press the OK button and it returns an blank page. Is this a known
> >> bug?
> > David,
> > Are you sure you have installed all your modules under perl 5.8.0? I
> > know that the default install of freebsd will also have an older
> > version of perl (used by the ports collection). If "perl -v" returns
> > 5.8.0, check to make sure the required modules are listed under
> > 5.8.0. If not, building modules through cpan should fix the problem.
> > JW
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> Here are Perl 5.8.0 mods installed on my FreeBSD server, as per UI's
> "Interchange Server Information":
> Archive::Tar found (v1.00). LWP::Simple found (v1.36).
> Archive::Zip found (v1.09). MIME::Base64 found (v2.16).
> Bundle::LWP found (v1.09). Safe::Hole found (v0.08).
> Business::UPS found (v2.00). Spreadsheet::ParseExcel found (v0.2602).
> Compress::Zlib found (v1.21). Spreadsheet::WriteExcel found (v0.42).
> Crypt::SSLeay found (v0.51). Storable found (v2.04).
> DBI found (v1.40). Tie::ShadowHash found (v2.00).
> Digest::MD5 found (v2.22). Tie::Watch found (v1.1).
> Image::Size found (v2.992). URI::URL found (v5.03).
> Are there any more required that I might have overlooked? Thanks for your
Joachim gave you a complete list of the modules in a separate message. The
point you are missing from my message is, where do these modules reside? If
you have installed some of them from (freebsd's /usr/ports), they most
likely reside under "perl 5.0005" rather than whatever version your system
is running. If you are running "perl 5.6", then the modules won't be found
Hope this helps,
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