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So, I am still relatively new to the whole Linux thing, (well, I have played with it from time to time, but now I am actually trying to achieve something.) ...
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- 04-03-2007 #1
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Apache and CGI vs. Linux Newbie.
So, I am still relatively new to the whole Linux thing, (well, I have played with it from time to time, but now I am actually trying to achieve something.) What I am trying to achieve seems like a very simple task:
-Get a CGI Script working.
But alas! I have hit a brick wall, a 500 error is taunting me!
I wrote a simple script in vim (the classic "Hello World") and perl and apache are both installed and working. (So it's not a line feed error or Apache/Perl error.
The permission settings are fine. (chmod 755 helloworld.cgi ) And permissions are set correctly to the directories as well.
I have changed the httpd.conf file to include the ExecCGI and all those options I believe are correct, but I am assuming this is the most likely place of error.
I am tempted to post my config file (well sections of it) for review.. But, (now here is the actual question...)
Is there anything simple I may have missed?
Thank you in advance,