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Apache --Long-- question, very frustrated!

>>>>> "LP" == Les Pendleton <kpendle1 at> writes:

  LP> /usr/sbin/httpd

  LP> First:  I wanted to see what modules are running so I typed httpd -l to
  LP> try out the command, I got a reply command not found... 

try /usr/sbin/httpd -l

  LP> Why can't I get the applet running?

I assume that you have java enabled in the browser?
Look around in your logs (access_log and error_log, use locate to find
them) and see if you can find where the browser requests the .class
files and fails.  The permissions are fine.

  LP> [Wed Jun 14 15:11:49 2000] [error] (8)Exec format error: exec of
  LP> /home/httpd/cgi-bin/ failed
  LP> [Wed Jun 14 15:11:49 2000] [error] [client] Premature end
  LP> of script headers: /home/httpd/cgi-bin/

This means that there is something wrong with your code.
try perl -cw from the command line, and you'll find any
compile time errors.

  LP> Here is the perl code:

  LP> #/usr/bin/perl

perhaps #!/usr/bin/perl 

  LP> print MAIL "$body\m";

there is no such thing as \m, perhaps you mean \n


Kevin Falcone <kevinfal at>

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