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uReserveTM Online Resource Scheduling System Requirements

The system requirements for all editions of uReserveTM Web Based Scheduling Software are:

  • you must have a Web server with PERL (version 5.6.2 or newer) installed
  • you must be able to install and execute Perl CGI scripts on your Web server
  • your Web server must allow email to be sent from within a CGI script

More About Perl

Perl (Practical Extraction and Report Language) is an open-source, interpreted procedural programming language.
Perl is free software, and is licensed under both the Artistic License and the GNU General Public License.
Perl is available for most Web server operating systems. It is more prevalent on Unix and Unix-like systems (such as Linux, FreeBSD, and Mac OS X), but is growing in popularity on Microsoft Windows systems.

A good resource for getting the latest Perl distribution for your Web server is found here

ActiveState is another good resource for a free version of Perl for Windows-based web servers. Visit for more information.

CPAN, the Comprehensive Perl Archive Network, is a collection of mirrored web sites that serve as a primary archive and distribution channel for Perl sources, distributions, documentation, scripts, and—especially—modules. It is commonly browsed with the search engine