running cgi in NT

Bobby Kleemann rkleeman at
Mon Feb 5 20:27:02 CST 2001

On Mon, 5 Feb 2001, Florez, Nestor wrote:

> ~sdpm~
> OK guys,
> I have not done a cgi in a long time and never on a pc.  I am trying to
> display the environment variables in a web page, but everytime I run it, NT
> ask me to save it or run it.  I say run it and it opens a separate window
> and it runs it.
> I am using apache server.   Has anyone ran into this problem before?

;-) Install Linux.  j/k.

I don't run NT so I can't answer this, other than to say check the docs on
the Apache website.  Hopefully someone else will have a better answer.

> Ps. if youhave a small perl program that display the $ENV(environment
> variable) I would appreciated.

use CGI;
use Data::Dumper;

print CGI::header('text/plain'), Data::Dumper::Dumper(\%ENV);

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 Bobby Kleemann <rkleeman at>


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