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=========================================================================== How to Install Web Man Alpha 009 =========================================================================== Web Man can be installed on a local workstation, or on a remote server. Release Alpha 009 requires some Perl modules. You can install them with CPAN. See Requirements below. System requirements ------------------- o Linux. Ubuntu is a fine platform for Web Man; many other Linux distributions will probably work. o Apache 2 or 2.2, Perl 5. o FireFox or Chrome under any OS for the client. This release is known not to work with Internet Explorer. It has not been tested with any other. o CPAN. The installer script uses that to install URI, HTML::Tree, and LWP::UserAgent. There are lots of dependencies, but CPAN can install the other modules needed to satisfy them. o make and gcc. CPAN needs those to make some of the modules. Recommended ----------- o Fast mirrors for CPAN in your urllist. The default ones here in northern New Jersey are turtle slow. At the cpan prompt, "o conf init urllist". o Perl module Time::HiRes. Installation ------------ Become root. Change into the directory where you want your workspace. That should be someplace that Apache can reach, its DocumentRoot or some directory below it. I usually test with /var/www/testspace or /var/www/wmspace/workspace, where /var/www is my Apache's DocumentRoot. Then download the installer script with a Source Forge download link, or with wget http://sourceforge.net/projects/webmann/files/releases/alpha009/wm_install.pl Then run it with Perl. It will download and extract all the rest of what you need, and walk you through the installation process.
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