cabney at cyberpass.net
Fri Feb 25 12:46:28 CST 2000
On Fri, 25 Feb 2000, Joel Fentin wrote:
> apache: [Wed Feb 23 21:03:16 2000] [error] [client 184.108.40.206]
> script not found or unable to stat:
> apache: [Wed Feb 23 21:03:46
> 2000] [error] [client 220.127.116.11] Premature end of script
Ok, the others have done most of the work, but I just want to add a
couple of my own comments. If you'll notice how I separated the
above text, you provided us with two error messages from your apache
error log (you have access to the error log of the web-server. That's
Good!!!) In the first entry it looks like you tried to access the
wrong file. Remember, Unix is Case-Sensitive and you should always
be watching for errors like that. The second message may or may not
have been a successful execution of your perl script (I'm not too
sure about this it's been awhile) but because you used the cut down
version of the script maybe(?) there is NO text provided to the web-
server to return to the browser. You might want to send a happy
message to your surfer-user (and yourself <g>) indicating the status
of the attempted email.
I've indicated a few additions (minus the changes everyone else suggests,
you should of course abide by their word as well.) This is just bare
bones, someone else might suggest a better way to catch your errors,
but this'll at least keep you focused on the content of your pages.
I'd suggest putting the contents of '$!' into your page but you wouldn't
want to do that for something you planned on putting up on the web <g>.
> use CGI qw(:cgi-lib :standard);
print "Content-type: text/html\n\n",
> (SENDMAIL,"|/USER/LIB/sendmail -oi -t -odg")
# I removed the above trailing semicolon for this:
or print "<p>Problems, contact your administrator.</p>\n";
> print SENDMAIL
> From: joel at cts.com
> To: joel at cts.com
> Subject: Mail
> This is the message body.
> close (SENDMAIL)
# trailing semicolon also trimmed above...
or print "<p>Wierd error, contact your administrator.</p>\n";
print "<p>Transaction Complete</p>\n</center></BODY>\n</HTML>\n";
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