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A webspace account with at least 1 MB of diskspace (10 MB recommended). More diskspace will be required depending on how many files are uploaded to your site.
Perl 5.6 (or higher) must be installed and available to use on the server your web account is on. No extra modules are needed to run the software.
Sendmail is optional but highly recommended as many important features and options of StudyHub will be disabled if it is unavailable. All UNIX systems have sendmail by default but it may not be enabled by your system operator. Win32 platforms do not usually have sendmail as standard, although there are many places where one can be obtained. Sendmail is the program used by StudyHub to send emails to users from the website itself.
The webserver must allow Perl to create and remove directories that are inside the designated directory paths of the program.
StudyHub does not require any database system (e.g. Postgres, MySQL) to operate. Any Web browser can be used to access StudyHub, however it is recommended you use the latest version of your browser software as possible.


Software error:

Can't unlock data file ./temp/stats.txt: No such file or directory

For help, please send mail to the webmaster (webmaster@studyhub.co.uk), giving this error message and the time and date of the error.

Software error:

[Wed Jul 17 16:43:52 2019] index.cgi: Can't unlock data file ./temp/stats.txt: No such file or directory
Compilation failed in require at /home/studyhub/public_html/index.cgi line 150.

For help, please send mail to the webmaster (webmaster@studyhub.co.uk), giving this error message and the time and date of the error.