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@@ -522,41 +522,6 @@
until you run the post-install
script, which locks down your installation.</para>
- <para>Lastly, you'll need to set up a symbolic link to
- <filename>/usr/bonsaitools/bin/perl</filename>
- for the correct location of your Perl executable (probably
- <filename>/usr/bin/perl</filename>).
- Otherwise you must hack all the .cgi files to change where they look
- for Perl. This can be done using the following Perl one-liner, but
- I suggest using the symlink approach to avoid upgrade hassles.
- </para>
- <note>
- <para><quote>Bonsaitools</quote> is the name Terry Weissman, the
- original author of Bugzilla, created
- for his suite of webtools at the time he created Bugzilla and several
- other tools in use at He created a directory,
- <filename>/usr/bonsaitools</filename> to house his specific versions
- of perl and other utilities. This usage is still current at
- <ulink url=""></ulink>,
- but in general most other places do not use it. You can either edit
- the paths at the start of each perl file to the correct location of
- perl on your system, or simply bow to history and create a
- <filename>/usr/bonsaitools</filename> and <filename>/usr/bonsaitools/bin
- </filename> directory, placing a symlink to perl on your system
- inside <filename>/usr/bonsaitools/bin</filename>
- </para>
- </note>
- <para>
- <programlisting>
-perl -pi -e 's@#\!/usr/bonsaitools/bin/perl@#\!/usr/bin/perl@' *cgi *pl syncshadowdb
- </programlisting>
- Change <filename>/usr/bin/perl</filename> to match the location
- of Perl on your machine.
- </para>
@@ -1185,7 +1150,7 @@ system("C:\\perl\\bin\\perl", "$webdotbase","-Tpng","-o","$pngfilename","$filena
directive in your Apache config, if you don't do this, you'll have
to modify the first line of every script to contain your path to
- perl instead of <filename>/usr/bonsaitools/bin/perl</filename>.
+ perl instead of <filename>/usr/bin/perl</filename>.