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:
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[Krusty/Coords.pm:6]
[/usr/share/perl5/vendor_perl/HTML/Mason/Interp.pm:816]
[/usr/share/perl5/vendor_perl/HTML/Mason/Interp.pm:445]
[/usr/share/perl5/vendor_perl/HTML/Mason/Request.pm:1115]
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BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at /web/na-motor/components/DisplayGPS.mhtml line 6.

Stack:
[/web/na-motor/components/DisplayGPS.mhtml:6]
[/usr/share/perl5/vendor_perl/HTML/Mason/Interp.pm:816]
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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 %>
... 
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/usr/share/perl5/vendor_perl/HTML/Mason/Request.pm:1115
/usr/share/perl5/vendor_perl/HTML/Mason/Request.pm:1029
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/web/na-motor/components/TrackPage.mhtml:240
/web/na-motor/Tracks/FL/Daytona.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:
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  [/usr/share/perl5/vendor_perl/HTML/Mason/Interp.pm:816]
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  [/usr/share/perl5/vendor_perl/HTML/Mason/Request.pm:1115]
  [/usr/share/perl5/vendor_perl/HTML/Mason/Request.pm:1029]
  [/usr/share/perl5/vendor_perl/HTML/Mason/Request.pm:1226]
  [/web/na-motor/components/TrackPage.mhtml:240]
  [/web/na-motor/Tracks/FL/Daytona.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/vendor_perl/HTML/Mason/Interp.pm:816]
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  [/usr/share/perl5/vendor_perl/HTML/Mason/Request.pm:1226]
  [/web/na-motor/components/TrackPage.mhtml:240]
  [/web/na-motor/Tracks/FL/Daytona.html:1]



Trace begun at /usr/share/perl5/vendor_perl/HTML/Mason/Interp.pm line 850
HTML::Mason::Interp::_compilation_error('HTML::Mason::Interp=HASH(0xb6214280)', '/web/na-motor/components/DisplayGPS.mhtml', 'HTML::Mason::Exception::Compilation=HASH(0xb5c09830)') called at /usr/share/perl5/vendor_perl/HTML/Mason/Interp.pm line 450
HTML::Mason::Interp::load('HTML::Mason::Interp=HASH(0xb6214280)', '/components/DisplayGPS.mhtml') called at /usr/share/perl5/vendor_perl/HTML/Mason/Request.pm line 1115
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HTML::Mason::Request::fetch_comp('HTML::Mason::Request::ApacheHandler=HASH(0xb5dda1c8)', 'DisplayGPS.mhtml', undef, 'SCALAR(0xb5dd80d0)') called at /usr/share/perl5/vendor_perl/HTML/Mason/Request.pm line 1226
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The speeds will still be^Jhigher than most SCCA racers have normally seen.^J</p>^J<p>^JThe Daytona Flat Track is a 1/4 mile dirt oval located outside turns 1 & 2^Jof the superspeedway.^J</p>^J<p>^JKarts use both the main road course, and a sprint course inside turn 4^Jof the oval.^J</p>^J<p>^JPortions of this page were contributed by Mike "Doc" Cobine.^JThe Hot Lap was contributed by Chris Ingle.^J</p>^J', 'bookSearch1', 'Daytona', 'mapService', 'Yahoo', 'foodService', 'Yahoo', 'hotelService', 'Yahoo', 'trackOffice', '^J<p>^JDaytona International Speedway<br />^J1801 W International Speedway Blvd<br />^JDaytona Beach, FL 32114-1215<br />^J<br />^J904-253-7223 (Tickets)<br />^J904-254-2700 (Administration)<br />^J904-947-6791 (Administration Fax)<br />^J</p>', 'timeZone', 'EST/EDT (-0500/-0400)', 'elevation', '25 feet', 'latitude', 29.184613, 'longitude', -81.06966, 'trackMapOSM', 3, 'trackMapEmbedZoom', 15, 'trackMapEmbedLat1', 29.12, 'trackMapEmbedLat2', 29.25, 'trackMapEmbedLon1', -81.0, 'trackMapEmbedLon2', -81.13, 'trackMap', '^J<p>^JThe track map currently available is:^J</p>^J<p>^J<a href="images/daytona/daytona.gif">^J<img src="images/daytona/daytona-small.gif"></a>^J</p>^J', 'trackImage', '', 'terraServerLink', 'http://terraserver.microsoft.com/addressimage.aspx?t=1&s=13&lon=-81.0668893015959&lat=29.1892134884299&alon=-81.06690054&alat=29.19281591&w=1&opt=0&qs=1801+West+International+Speedway+Blvd%7cDaytona+Beach%7cFL%7c&addr=1801+W+International+Speedway+Blvd%2c+Daytona+Beach%2c+FL+32114', 'googleMapLink', 'http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&q=Daytona+Beach,+FL&ie=UTF8&z=15&ll=29.184613,-81.06966&spn=0.021656,0.053902&t=h&om=1', 'historicalNote', '<p>^JThe first races at Daytona were the beach races organized by Bill^JFrance Sr. immediately after World War II; one leg of the race^Jwas on the beach, and the other on a paved road parallel to the beach.^JThe big oval at Daytona was built after it became clear that it^Jwas no longer reasonable to continue the beach races.^JThe track opened on February 1st, 1959. The first version(s) of the^Jroad course opened on April 5th, 1959. There were 1.6, 3.1 and 3.81^Jmile variations of this course. The modern 3.56 mile course^Jentered service on July 3rd, 1984.^J</p>^J<p>^JThe track was used once shortly after opening for a USAC-sanctioned^JIndyCar race, on April 9th, 1959.^JIn 1961, the back straight was used for a time as a 1/4 mile dragstrip.^J</p>^J', 'reference1', 'AmericasSpeedways', 'reference1pages', 194, 'weatherID', 'USFL0106', 'weatherZIP', '', 'officialWebSite', 'http://www.daytonainternationalspeedway.com/', 'schedulePage', '', 'resultsPage', '', 'ticketsPage', '', 'racingReferenceID', 029, 'gettingThere', '<p>^JDaytona is one of the easier tracks to find, mainly due to its fame.^JEveryone in town knows how to find it.^J</p>^J<h3>From the North</h3>^J<p>^JTake I95 south to Daytona Beach. Exit east on US 92. there are Speedway^Jsigns on the interstate. If you get to I4, turn around and go back.^J</p>^J<p>^JTake US92 about 1 mile and the speedway will cover all of the right side.^JContinue to the east eand of the speedway to the main entrance and turn^Jright into the main entrance. On the left is a small white building with^Jlots of windows. This is registration.^J</p>^J<h3>From the South</h3>^J<p>^JTake I95 north past I4 to the first exit, US92. Exit east and go about a^Jmile. The speedway will cover all of the right side. Continue to the east^Jeand of the speedway to the main entrance and turn right into the main^Jentrance. On the left is a small white building with lots of windows.^JThis is registration.^J</p>^J<h3>From the West</h3>^J<p>^JTake I4 to I95 north to the first exit, US92. Exit east and go about a^Jmile. The speedway will cover all of the right side. Continue to the east^Jeand of the speedway to the main entrance and turn right into the main^Jentrance. 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There is guard railing around the entire (very slippery)^Jinfield and not a whole lot of runoff room if you make a mistake.^JThis is without a doubt, the fastest top speed track in the southeast^Jand will test your bravery as you enter the bankings at well over 150^Jmph.^J</p>^J<p>^JThe amenities of Daytona are what youM-^Rd expect from a track that hosts^Jsome of the best racing in motor sports -- professional garages,^Jlarge paved paddock area, permanent admin buildings, great^Jviewing/vantage spots, etc.)^J</p>^J<p>^JOverall, DIS uses nearly the whole oval and adds a simple, flat,^Jslippery infield section with a few twists to connect the two major^Jbankings.^J</p>^J<p>^JIt helps to have a neutral car here.  A car that oversteers here is^Jprimed for an accident/spin.  The infield gets slicker as the week^Jgoes on so keeping the rear tires \'underM-^R the car is essential or^JyouM-^Rll be dirt tracking around every corner within a lap or two.  ItM-^Rs^Jan easy track to learn but very hard to master.  ItM-^Rs also a good idea^Jto use THINNER tires than you normally would, especially on the front.^JThis is due to the ultra-high speeds and rolling resistance (air and^Jfriction) of wider tires.  If you normally run 315s on the front, try^Jusing the 275s.^J</p>^J<p>^JAll shift points and approximate speeds are relative to my T1 prepared^J2001 Corvette Z06.  Leaving the pits, stay to the left as cars will be^Jcoming off the NASCAR portion on to the infield.  There is a^J\'mergeM-^R area with Armco so itM-^Rs fairly safe and uneventful.  As you^Jaccelerate past turn 2, you should be on the left side of the track^Japproaching 3, which is a 180 deg right-hand turn with many surface^Jchanges.  Heel-toe downshift to 3d.  This braking zone is very^Jdeceptive due to the slick surface.  Aim for a very late apex and^Jcontrol the oversteer.  The first few laps may not be too bad, but as^Jthe track heats up and carM-^Rs slide around on it, it becomes diabolical^Jto keep from lighting up the rear tires.  Remember to track all the^Jway out.^J</p>^J<p>^JAfter exiting 3, you should still be in 3d gear accelerating toward^Jthe very fast left hand kink (turn 4). Shift to 4th before entering^Jthe kink. Thankfully this corner grips pretty well, but it takes a few^Jlaps to get that into your head.  It pays to be on a nice steady^Jthrottle thru here, nail the apex curbing and use all of the track.^J</p>^J<p>^JAfter the kink, get back to the left and heel-toe to 3d to set up for^Jturn 5, which is yet another long 180 degree right-hand turn.  Again,^Jthe braking zone is deceptively long.  Late apex this and control the^Joversteer again.  ItM-^Rs very easy to drop the rear wheel off in the^Jdirt at the exit if youM-^Rre not careful.  Accelerate hard to the last^Jinfield corner (turn 6) and set up on the right side of the track.^J</p>^J<p>^JThis corner is one of the most important corners on the track because^Jit leads to one of the longest straight-aways.  You can turn in^Jearlier than you think here.  ItM-^Rs not quite like the other corners^Jbecause you have so much room on the exit (essentially the NASCAR^Jtrack) which has a lot more grip.  Nail the first apex, but donM-^Rt be^Jconcerned about hitting the 2d apex on the left.  Just unwind the^Jwheel and put as much power down as possible and get to the concrete^Jsurface as soon as possible.  USE ALL OF THE TRACK AT THE EXIT.^J</p>^J<p>^JWind the car up thru 4th and 5th well over 150 mph as high as you^Jdare.  Check your gauges and relax.  Remember to keep your head and^Jeyes way, way up because at these speeds, objects come up on you very^Jfast.  Keeping your eyes up lessens the sensation of speed too.  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