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"ushop.pl Not recognized"
Posted by MHCustom on Apr-07-01 at 03:35 PM (EST)
I have installed all the cgi file into my cgi-bin directory, and yet when i try to run the usop.pl file it prompts the password and when I type in the password it tells me that the file is not on the server. What is the problem and how do I fix it.
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RE: ushop.pl Not recognized, Bill Weiner, Apr-09-01, (1)

 

 
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1 . "RE: ushop.pl Not recognized"
Posted by Bill Weiner on Apr-09-01 at 09:23 PM (EST)
It sounds like you have an error in configuration question #4 at the top of the "ushop.pl" file (The $secure_script_url setting). So make sure that the URL that you have configured there... is the correct URL of your script. (no typos, missing letters, etc... the same URL you are are going to when first getting the uShop login screen.)

If this does not resolve the problem for you, then send me the URL of your script... and I will take a look at it for you.

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