Hello wise ones, I am hoping that someone can give me a push the right direction. I am hoping to create a web client web interface to run on windowz 2000 and above. In a nutshell I want a user to be able to access http:://localhost:<port> and be able to navigate a perl program. I have been looking a little at http::deamon but figured I would ask if anyone had any other suggestions or if I am barking up the wrong tree. I would be truly grateful if someone had a sample that maybe just did a "hello". As always thanks for any help.
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