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From "Garey Smiley" <ga...@main.slink.com>
Subject Re: Apache (Os/2) CGI problem (fwd)
Date Thu, 05 Sep 1996 20:54:56 GMT
On Thu, 5 Sep 1996 08:16:50 +0100 (BST), Rob Hartill wrote:

>
>Not acked.
>
>
>----- Forwarded message from Justin S. Cooksey -----
>
>Message-Id: <199609050217.MAA06577@praetor.hna.com.au>
>From: "Justin S. Cooksey" <jcooks@hna.com.au>
>To: Apache <apache-bugs@mail.apache.org>
>Date: Thu, 05 Sep 96 12:08:37 -1000
>Reply-To: "Justin S. Cooksey" <jcooks@hna.com.au>
>Priority: Normal
>MIME-Version: 1.0
>Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
>Subject: Apache (Os/2) CGI problem
>Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"
>
>I have just started using Apache and recently added two new CGI programs.
>Both of these are in the form of Os/2 executables, and both had the filename
>with no extension in the sample HTML files. Apache would not handle this and
>I had to add the '.exe' to each. However the latest one is 'Guestbook' and it
>creates a HTML file in which it has the executable listed without the '.exe'.
>I cannot edit this file!
>
>Is there some way to get Apache to execute these files without extensions?

Currently the extensions are required, but I'll look into changing
this.


Garey Smiley
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