System error

error:  Error during compilation of /web/na-motor/components/DisplayGPS.mhtml:
Can't locate Krusty/Coords.pm in @INC (@INC contains: /usr/local/lib/perl5 /usr/local/share/perl5 /usr/lib/perl5/vendor_perl /usr/share/perl5/vendor_perl /usr/lib/perl5 /usr/share/perl5 . /etc/httpd) at /web/na-motor/components/DisplayGPS.mhtml line 6.

Stack:
[/web/na-motor/components/DisplayGPS.mhtml:6]
[Krusty/Coords.pm:6]
[/usr/share/perl5/HTML/Mason/Interp.pm:816]
[/usr/share/perl5/HTML/Mason/Interp.pm:445]
[/usr/share/perl5/HTML/Mason/Request.pm:1115]
[/usr/share/perl5/HTML/Mason/Request.pm:1029]
[/usr/share/perl5/HTML/Mason/Request.pm:1226]
[/web/na-motor/components/TrackPage.mhtml:240]
[/web/na-motor/Tracks/CO/SecondCreek.html:1]
BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at /web/na-motor/components/DisplayGPS.mhtml line 6.

Stack:
[/web/na-motor/components/DisplayGPS.mhtml:6]
[/usr/share/perl5/HTML/Mason/Interp.pm:816]
[/usr/share/perl5/HTML/Mason/Interp.pm:445]
[/usr/share/perl5/HTML/Mason/Request.pm:1115]
[/usr/share/perl5/HTML/Mason/Request.pm:1029]
[/usr/share/perl5/HTML/Mason/Request.pm:1226]
[/web/na-motor/components/TrackPage.mhtml:240]
[/web/na-motor/Tracks/CO/SecondCreek.html:1]

context: 
... 
2:  $latitude
3:  $longitude
4:  </%args>
5:  <%init>
6:  use Krusty::Coords;
7:  </%init>
8:  % my $latstring = Krusty::Coords::toDD_MM_MMM( $latitude, "N", "S");
9:  % my $longstring = Krusty::Coords::toDD_MM_MMM( $longitude, "E", "W");
10:  GPS: <% $latstring %>, <% $longstring %>
... 
code stack:  /usr/share/perl5/HTML/Mason/Interp.pm:450
/usr/share/perl5/HTML/Mason/Request.pm:1115
/usr/share/perl5/HTML/Mason/Request.pm:1029
/usr/share/perl5/HTML/Mason/Request.pm:1226
/web/na-motor/components/TrackPage.mhtml:240
/web/na-motor/Tracks/CO/SecondCreek.html:1
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Error during compilation of /web/na-motor/components/DisplayGPS.mhtml:
Can't locate Krusty/Coords.pm in @INC (@INC contains: /usr/local/lib/perl5 /usr/local/share/perl5 /usr/lib/perl5/vendor_perl /usr/share/perl5/vendor_perl /usr/lib/perl5 /usr/share/perl5 . /etc/httpd) at /web/na-motor/components/DisplayGPS.mhtml line 6.

Stack:
  [/web/na-motor/components/DisplayGPS.mhtml:6]
  [Krusty/Coords.pm:6]
  [/usr/share/perl5/HTML/Mason/Interp.pm:816]
  [/usr/share/perl5/HTML/Mason/Interp.pm:445]
  [/usr/share/perl5/HTML/Mason/Request.pm:1115]
  [/usr/share/perl5/HTML/Mason/Request.pm:1029]
  [/usr/share/perl5/HTML/Mason/Request.pm:1226]
  [/web/na-motor/components/TrackPage.mhtml:240]
  [/web/na-motor/Tracks/CO/SecondCreek.html:1]
BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at /web/na-motor/components/DisplayGPS.mhtml line 6.

Stack:
  [/web/na-motor/components/DisplayGPS.mhtml:6]
  [/usr/share/perl5/HTML/Mason/Interp.pm:816]
  [/usr/share/perl5/HTML/Mason/Interp.pm:445]
  [/usr/share/perl5/HTML/Mason/Request.pm:1115]
  [/usr/share/perl5/HTML/Mason/Request.pm:1029]
  [/usr/share/perl5/HTML/Mason/Request.pm:1226]
  [/web/na-motor/components/TrackPage.mhtml:240]
  [/web/na-motor/Tracks/CO/SecondCreek.html:1]



Trace begun at /usr/share/perl5/HTML/Mason/Interp.pm line 850
HTML::Mason::Interp::_compilation_error('HTML::Mason::Interp=HASH(0x2cd73c8)', '/web/na-motor/components/DisplayGPS.mhtml', 'HTML::Mason::Exception::Compilation=HASH(0x34236c0)') called at /usr/share/perl5/HTML/Mason/Interp.pm line 450
HTML::Mason::Interp::load('HTML::Mason::Interp=HASH(0x2cd73c8)', '/components/DisplayGPS.mhtml') called at /usr/share/perl5/HTML/Mason/Request.pm line 1115
HTML::Mason::Request::_fetch_comp('HTML::Mason::Request::ApacheHandler=HASH(0x309dc50)', 'DisplayGPS.mhtml', 'HTML::Mason::Component::FileBased=HASH(0x2f26e58)', 'SCALAR(0x30e3e30)') called at /usr/share/perl5/HTML/Mason/Request.pm line 1029
HTML::Mason::Request::fetch_comp('HTML::Mason::Request::ApacheHandler=HASH(0x309dc50)', 'DisplayGPS.mhtml', undef, 'SCALAR(0x30e3e30)') called at /usr/share/perl5/HTML/Mason/Request.pm line 1226
HTML::Mason::Request::comp('HTML::Mason::Request::ApacheHandler=HASH(0x309dc50)', 'DisplayGPS.mhtml', 'latitude', 39.8595899, 'longitude', -104.7888922) called at /web/na-motor/components/TrackPage.mhtml line 240
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if you call^Jhim a week or so before the event and discuss your pit space requirements, he^Jwill be happy to work with you -- just be reasonable.^JIf you must have electricity,^Jtry to arrange for space near the far south end of^Jthe paved paddock, where there is usually space on gravel reasonably close to^Jthe (only one) 115 V power outlet.^JIf you end up on the pavement, do not spill oil or gasoline onto, nor poke^Jholes into, the paved surface.^JTech and Impound frequently occupy most or all of the paving in this area, but^Jat large events are sometimes banished to the extreme north end of the paddock.^J</p>^J<p>^JFood and water are available at the track;^Jbut no ice, auto parts, or souvenirs.^JGoodyear and Hoosier tires are serviced by Road Racing Services in Denver at^J(303) 973-8005; make arrangements well in advance if you intend to pick up new^Jtires at the track.^JAir is available from the tire concession but there is no fuel service; you^Jmust bring your own.^JThere is a Spec Racer preparation shop (Eurosport) on the track grounds, you^Jmight be able to arrange (well in advance) with Rich there for a supply of^Junleaded fuel; (303) 375-9775.^J</p>^J', 'hotLap', '^J<p>^JSecond Creek is at 5200 feet altitude; it is 1.7 miles long, 14 turns (10^Jflag stations), with two 2000-foot straights, and is 32 feet wide.^JThere is a substantial but mostly gentle elevation change.^JThe track can be run either clockwise or counter-clockwise; at double events it^Jis sometimes run once each way (to confuse drivers from outside the Division).^JEntry to the false grid and the track, and exit from the track, are^Jnon-intuitive to the first-timer;^Jget a local competitor to explain them to you.^J</p>^J<p>^JSecond Creek is a very tight and low-speed course; CSR cars using all five gears^Jin a five-speed gearbox reach a top speed around 105 MPH and take the slowest^Jcorner under 45 MPH.^JThe track surface is mostly smooth, but the braking area into turn 4 is quite^Jrough and the entire surface is extremely abrasive -- in all the corners you^Jwill find sharp-edged crushed granite stones protruding about a quarter-inch^Jabove the worn-away asphalt matrix.^JYou must run hard-compound tires and stay on the racing line since torn-off^Jbits of rubber collect badly off the line in the turns.^JThere are 6" to 8" dropoffs outside the exits of several corners.^JHazardous areas are well protected with multiple-depth tire barriers; 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