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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 7786] - ScriptInterpreterSource is broken
Date Mon, 24 Jun 2002 08:38:22 GMT
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ScriptInterpreterSource is broken





------- Additional Comments From wolf-dietrich.moeller@siemens.com  2002-06-24 08:38 -------
Combining the two lines didn't make any difference. Still Apache2 does not
recognize the ".cgi"-scripts.

But I found another difference.
Looking into the registry with regedt32, it showed, that the Perl installation
generated the entry for key "command" (under "Perl", "shell", "Open") with type
REG_SZ, but the NT-Explorer created the key "command" (under "cgifile", "shell",
"Open") with a value of type REG_EXPAND_SZ.
Deleting the value of this key with regedit (key "(Standard)" under "cgifile",
"shell", "Open", "command") and then entering a new value there (again the
invocation for the Perl installation: "D:\Programme\Perl\bin\perl.exe" "%1" %*)
generated a value of type REG_SZ. And now this entry works!!

By the way: I also tried the mod_ssl from
"Apache-2.0.39-Mod_SSL-OpenSSL-0.9.6d-Win32.zip" from
"http://www.modssl.org/contrib/", and with https ".cgi"-scripts still didn't
work, while ".pl"-scripts are fine. The above procedure changed only the
behavior fot http-requests, not for https-requests (I have to rely on
"http://www.modssl.org/contrib/", as I don't have a compiler environment on my
NT machine).

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