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'''I am planning to update this page to contain full installation and configuration of awstats for apache as I have time to. If you want to add something, go ahead.''' ''-th0th''
 
'''I am planning to update this page to contain full installation and configuration of awstats for apache as I have time to. If you want to add something, go ahead.''' ''-th0th''
  

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I am planning to update this page to contain full installation and configuration of awstats for apache as I have time to. If you want to add something, go ahead. -th0th

Installing

mod_perl

mod_perl package is in repo extra. So you can install it using pacman.

# pacman -S mod_perl

Awstats

Awstats package is available in AUR. You can use yaourt to build it or you can obtain tarball from AUR and build it yourself.

$ yaourt -S awstats

Configuring

Enable mod_perl for apache