I recently installed Plans web calendaring software (http://www.planscalendar.com/
) on a Debian 4.0 server. After following the installation instructions and attempting to run it from a Windows XP machine running IE7, I am prompted to save the cgi script on the PC used to browse.
I double-checked the permissions to the .cgi files and they were set to 755. However, the .pl files' permissions were set to 644. I set the latter group of files to 755, stopped and restarted Apache, and no change in the situation.
I also read further on the documentation (http://www.planscalendar.com/doc/dok...id=doc%3Astart
) and it stated the installation of CGI::session was required. I installed it via dselect, configured related packages, rebooted the server, and it STILL prompts to save the cgi scripts!!!!! AARRGH!