[CentOS] Re: Probably a bad set-up but which one?
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Mon Sep 29 16:25:48 UTC 2008
> Don't think so. I have +Includes and ExecCGI in directory options.
> NoExec does not appear anywhere in HTTP.conf or in perl.conf
Have you tried variations on the path? e.g if your executing
a shell I don't think ./cgi-bin/ would be a valid path, it would
be relative to the file system itself.
Also is the html file being called named .shtml or .html ? Unless
you changed the default behavior of apache server side includes
I believe are ignored unless the extension is .shtml.
Example from my personal web site:
<!--#include virtual="/cgi-bin/multimon-new.cgi" -->
Calls the UPS status cgi and displays it inline on the site:
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