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From Remco Poelstra <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Mailman CGI scripts served instead of executed
Date Tue, 01 Jul 2014 11:04:11 GMT

Op 1 jul. 2014, om 11:20 heeft Jens-U. Mozdzen <> het volgende geschreven:

> Hi Remco,
> Zitat von Remco Poelstra <>:
>> Adding an extension to the binaries had the same effect as adding the entry:
>> <Directory /var/www/w-lists>
>> 	SetHandler fcgid-script
>> </Directory>
>> I now get an Internal Server Error page and when I check the error.log I see the
output of the script, which is a basic html page. It’s followed by:
>> (104)Connection reset by peer: [client] mod_fcgid: error reading
data from FastCGI server
>> [client] End of script output before headers: listinfo
> are those binaries actually FastCGI binaries, or just CGI programs? FastCGI programs
would run in a loop, handling one request after the other, by serving a specific API. Plani
CGI programs are invoked once per HTTP request and output the complete response.
>> The php wrapper keeps functioning like it should.
>> Is this a step forward or a step backward?
> Sideways, I'd say. You now get the programs called, but probably via the wrong interface

Yes, that fixes it all. Enabled the cgi module and set the handler to normal cgi and it’s
all up and running now.



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