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From c...@hyperreal.org
Subject Re: os-sco/1562: BrowserMatch variable cause CGI failure: 'variable=1: is not an identifier' - SCO /bin/sh
Date Wed, 17 Dec 1997 13:28:27 GMT
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Synopsis: BrowserMatch variable cause CGI failure: 'variable=1: is not an identifier' - SCO
/bin/sh

Comment-Added-By: coar
Comment-Added-When: Wed Dec 17 05:28:27 PST 1997
Comment-Added:
Apache is neither setting the envariables through the
command line nor issuing the export commands; it sets
them through the exec[lv]e() calls.  The exporting must
be getting done by the shell at some point after it has
been started.

Will SCO's sh accept a dash if it's escaped?  E.g.,
"alpha\-omega=1"?


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