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From Joseph A Nagy Jr <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Can cgi files without extensions be executed?
Date Wed, 04 Jun 2003 16:49:21 GMT
Jim Lynch wrote:
> We're trying to convert a user from Netscape Fastrack to Apache and
> they've got a boatload of existing cgi scripts that have no extensions.
> (.pl or .cgi etc.)  Is there anyway to configure Apache to let those
> script run?  The doc for the AddHandler option doesn't seem to mention
> it.
> Thanks,
> Jim.

Depends on what OS the server is on. If it's Unix/Linux based, no, they 
don't need the extensions. If it's Windoze, yes.

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