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From "Rutger van Baren" <rutgervanba...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Extra info on the "internal server error" page
Date Fri, 20 Aug 2004 11:34:52 GMT
It's a perl script that is generating the problems,
i know i could use die to handle to errors, but for now it would be easier 
if i would see the error directly.


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On Thu, 19 Aug 2004, Rutger van Baren wrote:

 > everyone knows the "internal server error" page,
 >
 > instead of having to look in the server logs, would it be possible to
 > directly show what's wrong?
 > some other simple server application i was using before had it by default
 > but i have no clue how to set this up for apache. And looking on google 
only
 > gets me to unrelated pages.

It depends entirely on what thingy is generating the server error. Many
programming languages have a way to redirect these kinds of error
messages directly to the browser. Others do not.

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