perl script ala. script.cgi placed in /cgi-bin/

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perl script ala. script.cgi placed in /cgi-bin/

Unread post by Christian_IA » Wed Nov 04, 2009 10:17 am

Hi all.

I want to do my share in fighting spam so i have joined Project Honeypot:

I have to place a perl script on my site and if shall be situated in /cgi-bin/
I have created the dir and copied the script to the dir.

Testing the script should be

The webserver says it can't find the page.

I haven't installed perl on the NAS, is that nesseary or does the webserver come with perl ?
Or is any of these better: PHP, ASP, mod_perl, ColdFusion, Python, or Movable Type ?
mvh Christian
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Re: perl script ala. script.cgi placed in /cgi-bin/

Unread post by Hathor27 » Thu Mar 11, 2010 5:47 pm

Poor guy - hasn't anybody found your post?

(Un)fortunately I'm searching for a solution, too. Have you got any clue?
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