mod_perl ignoring changed to $ENV?

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Repair the corrupted file:

   perl -p -i -e 'tr/\r//d' bad_file

    Tad McClellan                          SGML consulting                   Perl programming
    Fort Worth, Texas

Re: mod_perl ignoring changed to $ENV?

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This looks like a 'Taint' issue - I would check by running it without
the 'T' switch. If you want to use Taint (which you will) then you
could look at the perl5lib CPAN package which is Taint-safe

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