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abhis_mail2002 03-13-2005 11:54 PM

does apache support cgi scripts and how to run them
 
hi
i want to know how to run cgi scripts using apache
regards
abhijit

jonaskoelker 03-14-2005 06:10 AM

searching the web yields this for a start: http://httpd.apache.org/docs/howto/cgi.html

be warned, though, that cgi is considered `old-school', and that technologies such as PHP, asp and jsp are the preferred way to create dynamic content. Of course, if cgi is what you want, I won't stop you. But I suggest you look at php first.

Hope this helps,

Jonas Kölker

PS. I think you should read the `smart questions' essay by ESR. Your first task will be to find it, but I'll give you a hint: google.

abhis_mail2002 03-15-2005 04:24 AM

but i want to run cgi directly
i want bugzilla to run.i have installed ths software and thay are showing an example like http://www.foo.com/query.cgi
can i run in this way cgi files
i have got an index.cgi which i tried to run using
http://192.168.24.27/cgi-bin/index.cgi
can i do this
i want to know it as soon as possible

jonaskoelker 03-15-2005 04:37 AM

>>but i want to run cgi directly
okay.

i want bugzilla to run.i have installed ths software and thay are showing an example like http://www.foo.com/query.cgi
can i run in this way cgi files

>> i have got an index.cgi which i tried to run using
>> http://192.168.24.27/cgi-bin/index.cgi
>> can i do this
It can be done, yes. You can probably find some online documentation that says how.

>> i want to know it as soon as possible
we all do.


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