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I am a complete newbie but am frantically learning as fast as possible... I have to try sort out an issue with a mail server running Suse 9.1 - using Sendmail... when logging in to the Webmail service, I get the login screen, and I can enter a user and P/word but then I get the following error:
The server encountered an internal error and was unable to complete your request
Premature end of script headers: openwebmail.pl
Please can anybody help, I've got a bunch of angry users calling for blood
Did u check that, check the following by making sure that all the openwebmail-*.pl files had the correct permissions, and the path the the 'usidperl' file was correct, and the permissions on usidperl were correct (4555). plus, you have to make sure the location of your cgi-bin dir is executable by apache .
Or try to reinstall perl-suidperl- package.
Last edited by hardcorelinux; 06-07-2005 at 07:17 AM.
I've had a look and it looks like a permissions problem. when I run a search on all openwebmail files, the permissions set are read-write - and I haven't changed any permissions that I know of. Would a Yast Online Update have changed any of these?
the ls -l of the perl executable used in your openwebmail.pl
the ls -l of your cgi-bin/openwebmail and cgi-bin/openwebmail/etc
the ls -la of the ~user/mail/
the error message in your browser
the error message in your http server error log
the error message in openwebmail.log
you browser name & version
do you enable speedycgi?
do you set any proxy server in browser?
If your Open WebMail works but it shows strange output for some messages,
please forward the message as an attachment to us
ps: clicking the 'forward as attachment' icon in message reading menu
Last edited by hardcorelinux; 06-10-2005 at 12:53 AM.
Thanks for all your help... I've had a look and posted but the FAQs were not much help... would updating perl get me any closer to a solution or could that be the cause of it all? How do I run perl script from the command line?