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i had my ISP install Image::Magick and PerlMagick;
the mod doesn't work.

i am going under the assumtion that, if you were to run a script like this:

use Image::Magick;
print "Content-Type: text/html\n\n";
print "Hello World!";

it would print "Hello World" if the mod was functional and return a 500 server error if not.

all of the sample scripts and everything i've tried have failed. my title says "programmer" but obviously, i'm no guru.

can anyone help me figure out how to check that the mod exists and that it functions properly? i suspect that they may not have installed PerlMagick which is the interface between Perl and Image::Magick.


RE: Image::Magick

Sounds like a good test.  Why don't you verify with your ISP that they have installed it?

Tom Anderson
CEO, Order amid Chaos, Inc.

RE: Image::Magick

they instist that they've installed it, but refuse to offer "support", which apparently extends to proving that the software was installed in the first place.

i am telnet illeterate, but i know there is a way to find out which mods are installed. how does one accomplish this?


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