POPFile Run Location

POPFile expects to find its modules and files relative to the directory that you installed POPFile in. That means you must run POPFile from the install directory, e.g.,

  • For a POPFile installation installed to /usr/home/brad/popfile/
   **This works**

<code>    cd /usr/home/brad/popfile/
    perl popfile.pl
  • *This Doesn't Work**
   cd /usr/home/brad/
   perl /usr/home/brad/popfile/popfile.pl

</code>

 
installationhowtos/runlocation.txt · Last modified: 2008/02/08 19:49 (external edit)

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