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From John Moser <john.r.mo...@gmail.com>
Subject [users@httpd] Help: Plugin error "SSI" not found
Date Tue, 19 Jun 2012 15:41:13 GMT
Google is being extremely unhelpful with this one.  I can't seem to
get this application working (it's working on another install, I'm
migrating it from one ancient RH9 server to a modern, supported RHEL
server).


I'm attempting to access the (sanitized) URL:

http://xxxxxx/cgi-bin/nsearch.cgi?stype=news&query=fire


The result I get in the browser is:

Software error:

plugin error - SSI: plugin not found



The error.log from Apache (slightly sanitized) is:

[Tue Jun 19 11:20:23 2012] [error] [client cccccc] [Tue Jun 19
11:20:23 2012] nsearch.cgi: print() on closed filehandle LF at
/var/www/cgi-bin/nsearch.cgi line 210., referer:
http://xxxxxx/news-index.shtml
[Tue Jun 19 11:20:23 2012] [error] [client cccccc] [Tue Jun 19
11:20:23 2012] nsearch.cgi: plugin error - SSI: plugin not found,
referer: http://xxxxxx/news-index.shtml


The SSI in news-index.shtml works, and I have 'Options +Includes' for
/var/www/cgi-bin/.  mod_include is loaded.  I've tried
'AddOutputFilter Includes .cgi' in the cgi-bin directory block as
well.



I've tried googling:

apache "plugin error" "plugin not found"

"ssi:  plugin not found"

apache ssi plugin not found

apache "plugin not found"



No such luck.

Point me in the right direction anyone?

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