HTTP Server - Win2K and Oracle 8.1.7 and 9iAS

I have a problem with the APACHE WEB SERVER on Windows 2000 Server. It does not come up - I get "error 1067 - process terminated unexpectedly". I have installed Oracle 8.1.7 and installed 9iAS with no errors, using the 101 Web Apps book. However, I get the above error. Also, when I go to a dos prompt, I got "Can't locate Cwd.pm in @INC (@INC contains: .) at (eval 1) line 1."
Many reboots and reinstalls later with no errors and perusing this site, I have had no luck - I am an expert now in installing and wiping clean of Oracle... I would appreciate if any of you can assist me over the edge (I mean, over the top)...
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So, here we are. I have Oracle 8.1.7 on the Windows 2000 server. I have tried everything, including dropping everything twice, trying to install 9iAS portal - then installing Portal 3.0.8. Even just trying to use the HTTP server from 8i. I continue to get the Error 1067 from the Win2K services trying to start the HTTP server. When I go to the prompt and run apache.exe from the apache\apache directory, I get a "Can't locate Cwd.pm in @INC (@INC contains: .) at (eval 1) line 1." message.
HELP!!

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    The modified file should contain only certificate information. After you
    delete the email header, save this text file inside your temporary directory
    with the filename 'trialcert.crt'.
    6. Now you are ready to configure Oracle9i Application Server (9iAS) with your
    SSL certificate files.
    7. Back up your existing <9iAS_HOME>/Apache/Apache/conf/httpd.conf file.
    8. Open the httpd.conf file with your text editor of choice.
    9. Edit the following httpd.conf directives to use your generated private key
    and SSL certificate file, which could be the filename for either the
    temporary self-signed certificate, the TRIAL test certificate, or the
    purchased valid certificate. The information following the # symbol are
    comments.
    NOTE
    The directory of the SSL files (private key and certificate file)
    can reside in any location you choose. The temporary working
    directory will continue to be referenced in these procedure steps.
    # use the appropriate (i.e., valid, temporary, or trial) certificate filename
    SSLCertificateFile /u01/tmp/myssl/tempcert.crt
    #private key from Step #4 above:
    SSLCertificateKeyFile /u01/tmp/myssl/priv.key
    10. Save your modified httpd.conf and exit the text editor.
    11. Log in as authorized user (if default ports 80 and 443 are used, ROOT user
    must execute commands in next step).
    12. Execute the following command to stop, then start Apache in SSL mode
    (ensure proper UNIX environments are set; else, execute command from
    <9iAS_HOME>/Apache/Apache/bin.)
    For Oracle8iAS 1.x:
    % httpdsctl stop
    % httpdsctl startssl
    For Oracle9iAS 1.0.2.x:
    % apachectl stop
    % apachectl startssl
    - when prompted, enter the "pass phrase" created in Step #3.
    -- not required if you unencrypted the private key file
    - when the Oracle HTTP Server starts successfully in SSL mode, access the
    9iAS index page in a browser using the HTTPS protocol and the appropriate
    SSL Listen port. URL format:
    https://myhost.domain.com:<ssl_port>
    - if using a temporary self-signed or TRIAL test certificate, the user will
    see a Security Alert (IE), or New Site Certificate (Netscape) warning message,
    click Continue/Next to accept.
    ====================
    I hope this help !!
    Ilan Salviano

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