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[REBOL] Re: Server Question

From: sabufrancis:rediffmail at: 6-Sep-2007 22:06

Hi Servers hosted using CPanel hosting systems can work around this, if I am not mistaken. The server accesses files from a folder called public_html within the "home" folder of the user. And the FTP access to the user is at the home folder level and not directly into the public_html folder. So we can always place the rebol executable in the home folder, away from direct access from a browser. This is what I would do: The files of the server are hosted at: /home/abc/public_html I get access to /home/abc/ I create a folder say reb /home/abc/reb Then I place rebol executable there In at the top of cgi files, I give the following #!/home/abc/reb/rebol -cs Rebol [ ] ;....etc Nevertheless, if a hosting company has prohibited binaries, it can still be illegal. The execution of Rebol may still turn up in some log file somewhere. (But I am not an expert on this) Regards Sabu Francis