Sep 6, 2000, 1:32 AM
Post #6 of 13
Re: How Do I Run A cgi In Windows?
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Thanks Dws, But That didn't work for me.
I tried making a regestry key and specifying the path
for .pl, and I tried C:\perl\bin\perl.exe %s and other variations.
When I have the key set to use
I get an internal server error. But the other ways I get nothing, just sits there, loading.
All I'm using in the .pl file is,
print "Content-Type: text/html\n\n";
print "Perl Is Working\n";
Unless these two lines have something wrong with them then I don't think that an internal server error is related.
I used wordpad to make the pl file too, would that be using a format not suited for perl scripts?
I'm lost with the perl on windows dilema, My partner and I have never had perl running on windows.
I'm pretty tired right now so I may sound like I'm not making any sense, sorry. I've been going at it with apache all day (Crash Course In Hosting To Lan) and I'm pretty tired out.
Thanks For The help Dws.
Can You think of anything else There might be wrong.