running cgi in NT

Chuck Phillips chuckphillips at
Tue Feb 6 11:19:16 CST 2001

>> 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?
Check to see that apache is configured to execute cgi's everywhere or else
stick your cgi's in the cgi-bin. Also check your file extensions. If you're
naming your files with .pl extensions, you'll need to make sure apache knows
about it. 



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