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Anonymous
Anonymous
jayveshne@rediffmail.com

Jul 4, 2002, 3:13 AM

Post #1 of 6 (6592 views)
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Unsure Friends i have 500 intenal server errors in cgi-scripts.
i am unable to find the reasons.., there are few problems i am facing.
1) my cgi-bin directory is located outside by web directory(root directory i.e. httpdocs) so i am not able to link my cgi scripts, (it seems, server will virtually map my cgi folder)
2) i am getting premature header error. Unimpressed
3)i want plan text database, which can generate dynamic html docs (for my online quotation)

please help guys, i any one wana help me i can give you my ftp user name and password -- plz mail me at jayveshne@rediffmail.com


Jasmine
Administrator / Moderator

Jul 22, 2002, 2:57 AM

Post #2 of 6 (6555 views)
Re: [Anonymous] www.belgaumpc.com - i have 500 internal server error [In reply to] Quote | Reply | Private Reply

First, if anyone emails you asking for your password, don't give it to them. While we like to think that everyone is honest, please remember that this is an open forum and not everyone has good intentions.

Second, did you buy, find, or write the script you are trying to install? The premature end of script headers generally means that the Content-Type line is missing.


Paul
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Jul 22, 2002, 3:07 AM

Post #3 of 6 (6553 views)
Re: [Jasmine] www.belgaumpc.com - i have 500 internal server error [In reply to] Quote | Reply | Private Reply

>>
The premature end of script headers generally means that the Content-Type line is missing.
<<

The most common causes are, wrong path to perl, file was uploaded in binary mode, file was not chmodded to 755.


Anonymous
Anonymous

Jul 25, 2002, 1:41 PM

Post #4 of 6 (6542 views)
Re: [Anonymous] www.belgaumpc.com - i have 500 internal server error [In reply to] Quote | Reply | Private Reply

500 error happens for a few reasons

1. did you upload it in ASCII, NOT Binary
2. did you set the script permissions to 755 so it can execute
3. does the script have a print Content-type line or a CGI $q->header() line so the page can display

Your problem sounds strange with the cgi-bin location, maybe check with your server people to ensure the folder has the right permissions set to execure perl scripts

Thanks
Rob


Anonymous
Anonymous

Mar 8, 2003, 11:38 AM

Post #5 of 6 (6259 views)
Re: [Anonymous] www.belgaumpc.com - i have 500 internal server error [In reply to] Quote | Reply | Private Reply


In Reply To
Unsure Friends i have 500 intenal server errors in cgi-scripts.
i am unable to find the reasons.., there are few problems i am facing.
1) my cgi-bin directory is located outside by web directory(root directory i.e. httpdocs) so i am not able to link my cgi scripts, (it seems, server will virtually map my cgi folder)
2) i am getting premature header error. Unimpressed
3)i want plan text database, which can generate dynamic html docs (for my online quotation)

please help guys, i any one wana help me i can give you my ftp user name and password -- plz mail me at jayveshne@rediffmail.com



Jasmine
Administrator / Moderator

Mar 8, 2003, 12:22 PM

Post #6 of 6 (6257 views)
Re: [Anonymous] www.belgaumpc.com - i have 500 internal server error [In reply to] Quote | Reply | Private Reply

First, never give your ftp password to anyone you don't know.

Second, ask your server administrator for the correct path to your cgi-bin

Third, there's many, many reasons for the internal server error. Please paste the relevant line(s) from your error log. If you don't know where it is or if you have access to it, please read your hosting company's manual for error logs or ask your server administrator.

 
 


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