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WebGUI requires Perl 5.8 or higher, which you can download from www.perl.org, or you can likely install from your operating system’s package management system. Be careful, though, because a lot of operating systems still distribute old versions of Perl instead of Perl 5.8.
WebGUI requires Graphics Magick 1.1 or higher, which you can download from www.graphicsmagick.org, or you may be able to install using your operating system’s package management system.
Also be sure to install the Perl Magick plugin that comes with Graphics Magick, and install the following image processing libraries:
For WebGUI 7.4 and below you can also use Image Magick (instead of Graphics Magick), which is sometimes easier to come by in native packages.
WebGUI requires MySQL 5.0 or higher, which you can download from www.mysql.com, or you can likely install from your operating system’s package management system. Be careful, though, because some operating systems still distribute old versions of MySQL instead of MySQL 5.0.
WebGUI requires Apache 2.0 or higher with mod_perl installed. You can download Apache from httpd.apache.org and mod_perl from perl.apache.org, or you can likely install both of them using your operating system’s package management system. Be careful, because a lot of operating systems are still distributing Apache 1.3 instead of Apache 2.0.
You’ll also need to install libapreq2, which WebGUI needs to better communicate with Apache. You can download this from httpd.apache.org/apreq, or install from your operating system’s package manager.
If you want a secure web site you’ll also want to download and install OpenSSL 0.9.7m or higher from www.openssl.org, and you can certainly install this from your operating system’s package manager.
WebGUI is a content management system and web application framework, which allows for easy content management, while maintaining the ability to create and install custom applications. With WebGUI, you can:
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