HTML::Mason / mod_perl error?

Dear All

Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 5.3 (Tikanga) Linux version 2.6.18-92.el5
RT 3.8.0
httpd-2.2.30
mysql-server-5.0.4
mod_perl-2.0.4
perl 5.5.8

New user and this is a fresh install on a fresh OS.

I can log on ok, but this is what I get when I click on a link, for example ‘Search’.

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<& /Elements/Header, Title => $title &>
<& /Elements/Tabs,
current_toptab => “Search/Simple.html”,
Title => $title
&>

% $m->callback( %ARGS, CallbackName => ‘PreForm’ );

<&|/l&>Search for tickets. Enter id numbers, queues by name, Owners by username and Requestors by email address.

<&|/l&>Searching the full text of every ticket can
take a long time, but if you need to do it, you can search for any word
in full ticket history for any word by typing fulltext:word.
<&|/l&>RT will look for anything else you enter in ticket subjects.

% $m->callback( %ARGS, CallbackName => ‘PostForm’ );

<%INIT>
my $title = loc(“Search for tickets”);
use RT::Search::Googleish;

if ($q) {
my $tickets = new RT::Tickets( $session{‘CurrentUser’} );
if ($q =~ /^(\d+)$/) {
RT::Interface::Web::Redirect(RT->Config->Get(‘WebURL’).“Ticket/Display.html?id=”.$q);
}

$m->callback( %ARGS, query => \$q, CallbackName => 'ModifyQuery' );

if ($q =~ /^(\d+)$/) {
    RT::Interface::Web::Redirect(RT->Config->Get('WebURL')."Ticket/Display.html?id=".$q);
}

my %args = (
    Argument   => $q,
    TicketsObj => $tickets,
);

$m->callback( %ARGS, CallbackName => 'SearchArgs', args => \%args);

my $search = RT::Search::Googleish->new(%args);

$m->comp( "Results.html", Query => $search->QueryToSQL() );
$m->comp( "/Elements/Footer" );
$m->abort();

}

<%ARGS>
$q => undef

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