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[REBOL] Re: cgi script not working with newest Rebol core

From: jeff:rebol at: 30-Nov-2000 11:29

Howdy, Marj: On our SGI box, the following script is working as expected using the latest experimental on apache 1.3.9. #!/usr/local/apache/cgi-bin/rebol -cs REBOL [] print "Content-type: text/plain^/^/" print "Hello" The REBOL is world readable and executable, as is the script. I called the script tst.r. Try wrapping the script with a shell script that prints out your content type before calling the script so that you can see what is malformed. Maybe it's getting an error reading a user.r or something? Wish I had ability to diagnosis. :) -jeff
> I just downloaded the latest experimental Rebol core for > SGI (yesterday), and a Rebol cgi script that used to work > is now giving a 500 Server Error message about malformed > header from script. > > The script works fine if I run it from the command > line. All my other scripts (which run as cron jobs) run > fine. I'm using an SGI Indigo 2/R4k, IRIX 6.2. (and can't > run the non-experimental SGI version of Rebol core at all, > but that's another story). > > The script sits within a directory, is named index.cgi, and > clicking an href to that directory runs the script to list > certain files in the directory -- or at least it used to! > :-) > > The relevant parts of the script look like: > > #!/usr/people/marj/rebolStuff/rebol -q > REBOL [ yaddayadda... ] > ... > cgi-head: [ "Content-type: text/html" newline newline ] > ... > print cgi-head > ... > quit
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