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[aclug-L] Re: setting up Apache for CGI - Getting closer.

[aclug-L] Re: setting up Apache for CGI - Getting closer.

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Subject: [aclug-L] Re: setting up Apache for CGI - Getting closer.
From: Andrew Peck <apeck@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 1 Sep 2000 13:29:50 -0500
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Well I'll be... mine was the same thing...  I renamed the suexec and restarted
and not a bit of trouble.  I would just like to thank everone that helped me
with this problem.

--Andrew J Peck

> On Thu, 31 Aug 2000, you wrote:
> As Clint said, it could be your script. You can try running it on the
> command line to see the output, and if it is printing "Content-Type:
> text/html" followed by two newlines.
> I think I had mentioned this here, but I was getting the same error from my
> CGIs, but it wasn't a problem with my scripts. This is mentioned in the
> Apache FAQ at as also being a clue that you have a problem with
> suexec. This was my problem, however I didn't know I had it installed and
> dismissed the possibility. Check to see if you have it. My main problem
> with suexec was that it was compiled with the option that web pages are
> contained in ~/public_html, but I use .public_html, and it was confused.

Windows 98 is *NOT* a virus - viruses are small and efficient.

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