I'm using the 32-bit PDK compiler in Windows 7 and compiling some code for various operating systems. When I get to solaris-sparc-32 and solaris-sparc-64, I get an error message about RTF-Tokenizer. How do I fix this? I don't get this error if I compile for linux or windows.
perlapp -target solaris-sparc-64
Downloading RTF-Tokenizer-1.10...failed 401 Authorization Required
401 Authorization Required at /<C:\Program Files (x86)\ActiveState Perl Dev Kit
8.2.1\bin\lib\pdklib.dll>ActivePerl/PPM/Client.pm line 1165.
I am running Windows 7 - 64bit with McAfee antivirus software. When I try to run the Active Perl OLE browser (in either Internet Explorer or Firefox), I get the error message:
"Internet Explorer could not load the PerlScript engine. This is most likely due to the value of the "Initialize and script ActiveX controls not marked as safe" security setting of the "Local intranet" zone. PerlScript inside IE will only run on Windows XP SP2 and later if this setting is set to Enable. Setting it to Prompt doesn't seem to work."
When I run the ActiveTcl installer on my Windows 7 box, the installer window has no contents, the console window says downloading 1% and then it never changes after that point. I would appreciate any tips/help.
how to unzip/extract the zip file and again zip it using Perl?
I have a perlapp exe that runs fine on the development computer. On another computer it does not load and briefly flashes a console window with an error message. There is no way to read the message. How can I pause the message so I can read it? The exe is a TK graphical program. The error occurs before the TK GUI is posted.
When I try to install ActivePerl 5.10.1 Builds 1004, 1005, or 1007, I get the following message box:
The system cannot open the device or file specified.
If I click [Retry], the same message box appears. If I click [Cancel], I get:
Internal Error 2755. 110,
Clicking [OK] displays the setup wizard with a message that says that the "Setup Wizard ended prematurely"
I'm running 32-bit Windows 7 Enterprise.
Disclaimer: I am (definitely) not a programmer.
Following a Snort install guide for Windows 7 (on 64bit)
perl -v gives:
v5.10.1 for MSwin32-x64-multi...
i had to twiddle my path variables and added
c:\perl64\bin and c:\perl64\site\bin
when i run "ppm" alone from an administrator cmd, it pulls up a gui window and seems to connect and download/update ok.
however, when i try to run a specific command to install a particular file, i get the following:
>ppm install Tk-804.028.ppmx
I recently signed onto a Windows 7 computer and installed the 32 bit ActionPerl msi on our domain. Now when I sign in and goto the commnad prompt, I can run .pl files without the full path and it knows to associate the .pl file with the perl executable. However when one of our other users logs in, he is unable to run the perl scripts without using the full path and the preceding perl call. It seems that the file associations for pl worked fine for myself, but I need these to be associated for a few other users. I wanted to know how I can go about doing this.
I just upgraded to Win 7 x64 & am trying to build Tk-804.028 using Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0, I have tried setting up the enviornment using vsvars32.bat, but Tk::X fails with:
X.obj : fatal error LNK1112: module machine type 'X86' conflicts with target machine type 'x64'
while seting the enviornment with vcvarsx86_ia64.bat results in:
X.obj : fatal error LNK1112: module machine type 'IA64' conflicts with target machine type 'x64'
Any suggestions would be appreicated...
I'm trying to print every second page from all word documents in the current working directory.
When I excecute my script $! gives me the error "No such file or directory".
I've got the values for the PrintOut method by excecuting a macro in microsoft Word.
Has anyone any ideas?
use Win32::OLE::Const 'Microsoft Word';
my $Word = Win32::OLE->new('Word.Application', 'Quit');
my $dir = getcwd;
push @directories, $dir;