[tpm] Help with Apache configuration
cj at enersave.ca
Mon Apr 22 12:59:12 PDT 2013
At 02:32 PM 22/04/2013, Indy Singh wrote:
>Are you using Windows or Linux?
>If Windows, and if you want to start with a
>working configuration and compare it with your
>non-working configuration you can install IndigoAMPP from here:
>This installation contains Apache, Perl, PHP and
>MySQL. Itâs a little out of date, but should be fine for your needs.
>Also note that on Windows your Perl scripts must
>start with a line that points to the Perl installation, e.g:
>IndigoSTAR Software -- www.indigostar.com
My issue is I have Apache installed in the C:
drive and my application on the D: drive. I was
hoping not to have to copy all the files (about 1
Gig) to the C: drive. I thought I could use the
<Directory command to acheive this:
Options -Indexes FollowSymLinks
Allow from all
<Directory d:/screeningtool.ca/cgi-bin >
AddHandler cgi-script .pl .cgi
The first one works - I can get the index.html
page to come up the following page, a cgi script
does not execute for some reason. I tested the
Apache installation and a sample cgi script in
the C:\Program Files\Apache Software
Foundation\Apache2.2\cgi-bin directory does run.
Perhaps it would be best to copy everything to C.
I am also wondering if it would be better NOT to
install Apache in the default Program Files
location due to Windows permissions?
Thanks all for your suggestions!
>From: <mailto:cj at enersave.ca>Chris Jones
>Sent: Monday, April 22, 2013 2:13 PM
>To: <mailto:toronto-pm at pm.org>TPM
>Subject: [tpm] Help with Apache configuration
>I am wondering if someone might be willing to
>help me straighten out my httpd.conf file to get
>a website on my local computer working. I have
>succeeded in getting the first page, the
>index.html page up but the subsequent cgi
>scripts return an error. Or can you point me to
>the approproate apache mailing list.
>Christopher Jones, P.Eng.
>Suite 1801, 1 Yonge Street
>Toronto, ON M5E1W7
>email cj at enersave.ca
>toronto-pm mailing list
>toronto-pm at pm.org
Christopher Jones, P.Eng.
Suite 1801, 1 Yonge Street
Toronto, ON M5E1W7
email cj at enersave.ca
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