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AWStats on Perl v5.8.9

AWStats on Perl v5.8.9

AWStats on Perl v5.8.9

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Hello All,

Does anyone know how to tell what version of AWStats I am running? I have been looking ferociously online to no avail.

I have inherited a group of websites running on Freebsd in straight PHP leveraging AWStats to collect the website analytics. My Perl is v5.8.9.

Historically I have been able to pull reports from the front end. I am trying to extract March 2013 data to the website front end using the following syntax that I pulled from my predecessors sparse documentation

perl awstats_buildstaticpages.pl -awstatsprg=/usr/local/www/awstats/cgi-bin/awstats.pl -config=www.igsr.umd.edu -month=03 -year=2013 -update- dir=/usr/local/www/apache22/data/IGSR/stats/2013/march

This is the error message returned.

Can't open perl script "awstats_buildstaticpages.pl": No such file or directory

I found the following information related to troubleshooting this app below here.

"Documentation / FAQ For last security annoucements: click here.
If you need to know something about AWStats (features, setup, ...):
- Read seriously AWStats official documentation : HTML On line or PDF file (315KB)
If you need help:
- The first thing you have to do to solve a technical problem is to upgrade AWStats to last release version.
- Then you should read all the AWStats F.A.Q..
- If you still have problem, check on AWStats General FORUM (hosted by sourceforge).
- If you need more answers or support services, you can find individuals or commercial support on findopensourcesupport.com.
For a quick preview in video of AWStats:
- You can have a look at some video tutorials provided by Manuals Fountain (some are free). Direct link for AWStats videos are here."

Looks like I need to identify version and then update as necessary.

Thanks for all your help.
-P

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