Perl Modules are in fact libraries of functions that will help you in your source code.
By default, the module include path is:
To let Perl know how to find the modules, use at the beginning of your script:
The Perl system modules installed by cPanel are listed below. You can manually install the Perl modules that you want.
System Perl Modules
To install a Perl Module in cPanel:
Log into the cPanel account
Locate Perl Modules in the SOFTWARE section
If you know the exact module name that you want to install, just type its name in the Install a Perl Module edit box and click the Install Now button.
If you don’t know the exact module name click the Show Available Modules, look for the desired module, and click the Install link.
Click the Go Back button
You will see the installed modules in the Installed Perl Module(s) section.
From the Installed Perl Module(s) section, you can Update, Reinstall, Uninstall and view the docs for each module.
Contact your host if you are getting error messages while installing Perl modules.
Some modules have dependencies, so other modules may be installed with your desired module.
Video tutorial for installing a Perl Module – in this case the String::Diff module:
If you have SSH access you can use perl -v and instmodsh commands for more information.
root@web [~]# perl -v
This is perl 5, version 16, subversion 3 (v5.16.3) built for x86_64-linux-thread-multi
(with 34 registered patches, see perl -V for more detail)
Copyright 1987-2012, Larry Wall
Perl may be copied only under the terms of either the Artistic License or the
GNU General Public License, which may be found in the Perl 5 source kit.
Complete documentation for Perl, including FAQ lists, should be found on
this system using "man perl" or "perldoc perl". If you have access to the
Internet, point your browser at http://www.perl.org/, the Perl Home Page.
root@web [~]# instmodsh
Available commands are:
l - List all installed modules
m - Select a module
q - Quit the program
Installed modules are:
To speed up loading times for your site and to save bandwidth, you can enable gzip compression. This means that content of your site will be served by the Apache Web Server in a compressed form.
Please notice that the Apache mod_deflate module must be installed on the server. Contact your host if you are unsure.
cPanel Optimize Website
To enable the gzip compression for your site, follow the steps:
Go to yourdomain.com/cpanel and log in
Look for Optimize Website entry (SOFTWARE cPanel section)
Here you have 3 options:
–Disabled – which will disable the compression
–Compress All Content – with this option all content will be compressed
–Compress the specified MIME types – here, you will be able to input only certain MIME file types.
So, choose the second option and click the Update Settings button. A confirmation message will appear: Website optimization preferences updated. Content compression is now enabled. Content compression is now enabled for all content.
Windows Mail/Mail is the default email client that comes with Windows 7/8/10. Here we will show you how to add an email account to it.
How to add an email account to Mail :
1. Start the Mail program.
2. Click the Accounts button from the left menu, then click the +Add account button
3. In the next window, chose the account type you want to add – in our case we will select Other account (POP3, IMAP)
4. The Add an account window will open. Here, enter your email address, your name(as you want your receivers to see) and the password. Click Sign in button. You will get a message: All done! Your account was set up successfully! Click the Done button to close the window.
5. Now, everything is set up. You can use the Mail software to send and receive email messages.