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cgi error

Knowledge Base Lobby : uShop Support Conference : CGI Script Related Problems
Aug-15-18 12:04 AM EST
Original Message
cgi error
Author adam on 02-21-2000 at 00:26 (EST)
Hello I set up the lite version and it works great so I bought the full version and am having problem getting the pl to ex. Here's the error message:

The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request.
Please contact the server administrator, and inform them of the time the error occurred, and anything you might have done that may have caused the error.

malformed header from script. Bad header=syntax error in file /usr/home: /var/www/cgi-bin/cgiwrap


Apache/1.3.3 Server at Port 80

### I placed it on a seperate server and it works fine the server with the prob is running UNIX type : L8 Version BSD-199506 / 5.003_02 patches.

I've tried dif. calls but no luck. All my other scripts run fine on this server.
All file transfers are correct (asc script/binary on classes ect..) and chmd'd correctly.


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  perl script charlie edmunds, 2000-02-21 20:06:31 (1)
            cgi error Adam, 2000-02-25 01:20:37 (2)

Messages In This Discussion
         1. perl script
        Author charlie edmunds on 02-21-2000 at 20:06 (EST)

Does the old script run? The perl scripts are the same so you can use the old one.

If you can't get the old one to work, use the wizard and set up a new one. The error sounds more like a problem with the setup of the script than a perl version problem or something like that.

Charlie Edmunds
Microburst Technologies, Inc.
                 2. cgi error
                Author Adam on 02-25-2000 at 01:20 (EST)
Ok it working , my isp had made some server changes and all i had to do was #!usr/bin/perl5 instead of just '...perl'

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