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 Finding a mod_perl provider or becoming one

In this article we will talk about the nuances of providing mod_perl services and present a few ISPs that successfully do that.

  • You installed mod_perl on your box at home, and you fell in love with it. So now you want to convert your CGI scripts (which currently are running on your favorite ISPs machine) to run under mod_perl. Then you discover that your ISP has never heard of mod_perl, or he refuses to install it for you.

  • You are an old sailor in the ISP business, you have seen it all, you know how many ISPs are out there and you know that the sales margins are too low to keep you happy. You are looking for some new service almost no one else provides, to attract more clients to become your users and hopefully to have a bigger slice of the action than your competitors.

So if you are planning to become an ISP that provides mod_perl services or are just looking for such a provider this article is for you.


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