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uDirectory Deluxe

Knowledge Base Lobby : uDirectory Support Conference : uDirectory Configuration Questions
Dec-13-17 02:15 AM EST
Original Message
uDirectory Deluxe
Author Norm on 11-09-1999 at 16:02 (EST)
Installed on apache server under bsd.

following msg in error log (truncated here)
syntax error in file /usr/local/etc/httpd/cgi-bin/udirectory.pl at line
878, next 2 tokens "my ("
syntax error in file ....
.... at line 2490, next 2 tokens "my ("
/usr/local/etc/httpd/cgi-bin/udirectory.pl has too many errors.
[Mon Nov 8 15:23:16 1999] access to
/usr/local/etc/httpd/cgi-bin/udirectory.pl failed for 216.64.3.87,
reason: Premature end of script headers

Where should I look?

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  cgi script error Charlie Edmunds, 1999-11-09 16:52:01 (1)
  One More thing to check Charlie Edmunds, 1999-11-09 19:27:00 (2)
            One More thing to check Norm, 1999-11-18 16:53:46 (3)

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         1. cgi script error
        Author Charlie Edmunds on 11-09-1999 at 16:52 (EST)
Hi Ron,

What kind of editor did you use to edit and save the script? If it was not saved in 'unix' format I have seen it cause problems. There is a difference between how unix and windows handle line feeds and it can cause all kinds of strange errors.

Charlie Edmunds
Project Manager
Microburst Technologies, Inc.
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         2. One More thing to check
        Author Charlie Edmunds on 11-09-1999 at 19:27 (EST)
Norm,

What version of perl are you using? It should be version 5.

Thanks, Charlie
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                 3. One More thing to check
                Author Norm on 11-18-1999 at 16:53 (EST)
Yes, that was the problem. Perl4 and 5 are available and I was pointing the script to 4.

Thanks
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