Writing Apache Modules with Perl and C
By Lincoln Stein, Doug MacEachern
Embedding Perl in HTML with Mason
By Dave Rolsky, Ken Williams
mod_perl2 User's Guide
By Stas Bekman, Jim Brandt
By Stas Bekman, Eric Cholet
The mod_perl Developer's Cookbook
By Geoffrey Young, Paul Lindner, Randy Kobes
mod_perl Pocket Reference
By Andrew Ford
Solve your mod_perl problems: with the help of the mod_perl mailing
lists, a mod_perl training company or a commercial support
company. Find an ISP providing mod_perl services.
mod_perl is an open source project and is very successfully
supported by its users and developers community. Most of the questions
are answered on the mailing
If you want to report a problem, please read the according section in
1.x User Guide or in the
2.x User Guide, depending on what version you are using.
You can learn mod_perl by yourself through reading its documentation or the various
books, by attending
the technology conferences or
inviting a commercial training.
If however you need a commercial level support, the following companies are available for mod_perl
contracts and support.
The following ISPs claim to support mod_perl.
If you are looking for a mod_perl job or someone to do the job for
you, the jobs page is for you.
- Mailing lists
- The best place to get help with mod_perl is
through the mailing lists supported by
- mod_perl training
- The companies providing
professional mod_perl training
- Commercial Support
- If you need a solution the
discussion lists cannot provide, or simply need quicker
turnaround, consider commercial support
- mod_perl hosting / ISPs Supporting mod_perl
- Information about mod_perl hosting an
ISP supporting mod_perl
- IRC Channel for mod_perl
- If you want to get some help with mod_perl, or just want to discuss
mod_perl-related things, you might want to check out the mod_perl IRC
- perl.apache.org Site Help
- This document helps to solve problems you may encounter while using