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From vijay <vi...@greatLodge.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Peoblem executing an Executable
Date Thu, 10 Jul 2003 07:48:17 GMT
Robert,

it works!!!!

All i did was to run windows update on the 2nd PC(IBM ) to bring it to current
patch level.

Thanks a lot for ur time.
Vijay

with Andersson wrote:

> vijay wrote:
> > Yes. They r exactly same. Same ActivePerl 5.8, Apache 2.0.46 and PAR .0.67
> > (used to create the executable) and Windows XP . Only difference i can
> > think of is 1st PC is built by us and 2nd PC is from IBM.
> > ...snip...
> > I copied the httpd.conf file from 1st PC to 2nd PC. eventhen no use :(
> > ...snip...
> > Yes, i cud execute Perl scripts but cud not execute the compiled one.
>
> But the compiled version executes correctly from the command line, right?
> And, there is no more information available in the error log?
>
> At least, Apache is succeeding in executing the program, but it fails to
> emit the proper headers. If it do this when you run it from the command
> line, and doesn't when run through CGI, it might be due to the slightly
> different environment experienced by the program when it is executed through
> CGI. A guess is that your program hits an error, and outputs an error
> message or exit()s, before emitting the correct headers (eg. Content-type:
> ...). Isn't there anything more in the error log?
>
> So, in the end, I don't think this is an Apache issue; it's likely a Perl or
> PAR issue. If the original script itself is not misbehaving, eg. by
> outputting something before the header(s), it is probably PAR's/perl's
> run-time that does it. Try to compile a very simple Perl script, and see if
> it works:
>
> #!/usr/bin/perl
> print "Content-Type: text/html\n\n";
> print "Hello World!";
>
> If not, I'd guess something is seriously wrong with PAR. If it does, you
> need to go forth from there and see at what point it is failing; perhaps
> when using some external module or something like that.
>
> Regards,
> Robert Andersson


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