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AW: Re: Where o where should I put my CGI scripts ?

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Subject: AW: Re: Where o where should I put my CGI scripts ?
From: REIBENSCHUH Alfred <alfred.reibenschuh@it-austria.com>
Date: Mon, 28 Aug 2000 16:16:45 +0200
> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> "Hageman, Arjen (A)" <AHAGEMAN@dow.com> on 08/28/2000 07:12:02 AM
> To:   Leslie Clark/Southfield/IBM@IBMUS
> cc:
> Subject:  Where o where should I put my CGI scripts ?
> Leslie.
> After the installation of our NV6K machine in May/00, I have still one
> remaining question. Support people have written a CGI script 
> which could be
> called upon via a web browser to query the trapd.log file. 
> This enables our
> support people to lookup the trapd.log without having the need for a
> personal login into our NV6K machine.
> Can you tell me under what directory I have to put these CGI 
> scripts and
> with what kind of protection ? Is 'rx.rx.rx' a valid mode ?
> Thanks in advance and best regards,

The "Jetty" webserver of netview 6.x is a java-application server
which supports only static web OR Java-servlets :(~

To execute cgi-scripts on the machine you have to install
an other webserver like apache :)

You can get a precompiled apache from: 

OR compile your own webserver from the list available at:

The cgi-script should be chown'd "nobody:nobody" and chmod'd "0555" 
apache should also be configured to run as nobody:nobody

mfG. Alfred Reibenschuh
A-1020 Wien, Lassallestrasse 5
T: ++43-1-21717-58947
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