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From infotechsys <infotech...@pivot.net>
Subject was (Re: A Q. on Forbidden.) solved
Date Mon, 25 Mar 2002 18:44:43 GMT
Hi all,
Found my problem. I had put a + in front of the option
ExecCGI. Once I removed the  + things worked. However,
I thougth that was suppose to 'or' the option, in essence,
add the the option. I'll reread the docs again.
Thanks for all the help.
Wayne

infotechsys wrote:

> Owen Boyle wrote:
>
>>infotechsys wrote:
>>
>>>Hi,
>>>I'm kinda confuse on why I'm getting an error that said
>>>I'm Forbidden to excute  python cgi script.
>>>I change my httpd.conf User and Group directives
>>>to my user name and group, which happen to be
>>>the same. Does 'nobody' have to be used?
>>>
>>
>>Check the program is executable (see
>>http://httpd.apache.org/docs/howto/cgi.html - and read the bit about
>>file permissions).
>>
>>Rgds,
>>
>>Owen Boyle.
>>
> I had read that and did everthing it said to do.I also have a book title
> "Linux  Apache Web Server Administration" that I also used to
> verify that I was doing thing correctly. That's why I'm confuse.
>  Any other ideas?
> Thanks.
> Wayne
>
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