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From Bill Richards <>
Subject [users@httpd] Re: Apache 2.0 and SSI
Date Mon, 02 May 2005 12:48:37 GMT
>> Joshua - The script is a "is a simple bash shell script to display the
>> current sponsors name."  What is displayed appears along with the rest
>> of the main index.html page.  As I mentioned "I can call the script via a
>> direct url to:".  It works as it
>> is supposed to which tells me that cgi is working as it is supposed to.
>> I'm sure I've left something out of the httpd2.conf file.  I just don't
>> know what.  If there is something else I am omitting from this thread
>> let me know.
>What the heck does that last sentence mean?  I need to know exactly
>what you get when you try to access the page.  Do you get "[An error
>occured when processing this directive.]"  Is the SSI command still in
>there if you view-source?  What is in the error and access logs?

I get nothing when trying to access the page.  No errors at all.
The script is supposed to add two lines of dynamic text to the 
the index.html.  When called directly the script displays the
text just fine.  But when called as an SSI command from within
the index.html page it does nothing.  I have placed the command
in a barebones .html page in case something in the index.html is
preventing it from displaying and the results ae the same.  That 
is why I suspect I have something configured wrong for SSI.

Yes, the SSI command is still there when I view source.


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