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From Deac Nkisetlein <>
Subject [users@httpd] CGI-problem meant to be configuration issue?
Date Thu, 12 Sep 2002 10:10:09 GMT
Hi everybody!

Iam trying go put a cgi-script to work with Apache 2.0.40, which has 
worked unchanged under NS-Web.

Iam using the same perl version, all neccessary perl modules are available
and are being loaded.

I double checked the access rights (755), userid and groupid.
I double checked, that there are at the very beginning of this
script headers printed (content type).
I tried to disable perl buffering with $| = 1; and/or $| = 0;
I ran the script from command line, with the result that it ran
perfectly fine from there.
I made sure, that the #! line at the beginning of this script is

But I do keep the error: Premature end of script headers in apaches
error log, when I try to access it via browser.

Any help would be _greatly_ appreciated, as I really do need this script
in the very near future (Ive gotten a deadline for that) and Iam
a bit out of ideas at the moment about what my mistake might be.

Thanks alot!


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