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speaking of apache...

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i still can''t get cgi to work... whenever i visit the page using a different computer, it works fine until i try to get at a .cgi file (forbidden)... any ideas? i installed apache when i installed mandrake, so i dont know if its installed or not... thanks if you can help me if you cant, may something incredibly evil happen to your lunch. _________
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check your apache config files (httpd.conf)

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Well now, Apache is most certainly installed if you can visit pages from another machine

Are the permissions correct for the .cgi file (they should be chmod 755)?

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chmod 755 *

After careful deliberation, I have come to the conclusion that Nazrix is not cool. I am sorry for any inconvienience my previous mistake may have caused. We now return you to the original programming

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chown nobody *
chmod 755 *

After careful deliberation, I have come to the conclusion that Nazrix is not cool. I am sorry for any inconvienience my previous mistake may have caused. We now return you to the original programming

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chown nobody *
chmod 755 *

After careful deliberation, I have come to the conclusion that Nazrix is not cool. I am sorry for any inconvienience my previous mistake may have caused. We now return you to the original programming

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I''ve seen double posts - but triple?



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