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goosenoose
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Aug 20, 2010, 10:40 AM


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Web broadcast e-mail perl script

Hi,

I've been assigned as the webmaster for my AFROTC detachment at New Mexico State U. I've been able to hold my own managing the existing HTML of the site however I have nil experience with scripting/coding and our perl script that handles our e-mail broadcast system recently has gone down.

I've been in communication with our the IT guys with the university and they've advised they've fixed issues with some modules that weren't installed and were blocking our script's functionality. I'm still getting errors when running the e-mail script though, unfortunately. (see here: http://web.nmsu.edu/~afrotc/cgi-bin/cadet_email.pl

this is the error that I receive in case the vpn doesn't let you guys access it...

Quote
Sorry, cannot open /home/canto8/~afrotc/public_html/tmp2/: No such file or directory
Cannot close /home/canto8/~afrotc/public_html/tmp2/: Bad file descriptor


I thought it might be a simple fix with regard to creating/setting permissions of a public_html/tmp2 directory. No dice.

I've attached the perl script for our e-mail system here.. My request is more of a troubleshooting more than anything else, but if someone happens to append any improvements on what we have, we'd be most grateful.

Sincerely,

C/ Robin Deguzman


(This post was edited by goosenoose on Aug 20, 2010, 12:17 PM)
Attachments: cadet_email.pl (2.79 KB)


Edit Log:
Post edited by goosenoose (Novice) on Aug 20, 2010, 10:41 AM
Post edited by goosenoose (Novice) on Aug 20, 2010, 10:56 AM
Post edited by goosenoose (Novice) on Aug 20, 2010, 12:17 PM


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