Running CGI's locally on OSX
mparis at nc.rr.com
Thu Jul 4 06:06:01 EDT 2002
Have you tried http://my.machine.ip/cgi-bin/test-mc.cgi ? This should
work. I'm thinking you need to configure Apache some more to run a cgi-bin
in your user folder, but the main cgi-bin (CGI-Executables folder) should be
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From: "Sivakatirswami" <katir at hindu.org>
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Subject: Running CGI's locally on OSX
> OK, see previous post... I "hit the books" and was able to do the
> Put the Darwin engine in the two places /Users/katir/Sites/cgi-bin/
> And also in the /Library/WebServer/CGI-Executables/
> I figured out how to use the terminal.app on OSX and went in and CHMOD
> everything to 755 (both engines in both places, the cgi-bin in my own
> folder and my test script below.)
> #! /mc
> On startUp
> Put "hello"
> End startUP
> If I invoke the cgi from my browser
> It just returns the ascii text of the cgi... I.e. Nothing is executed...
> Same thing happens if I change the path to the engine to:
> #! /Library/WebServer/CGI-Executables/mc
> Still no go...
> Any clues?
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