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[REBOL] Re: Server Question

From: carlos:lorenz:gmai:l at: 6-Sep-2007 10:26

Hi Chris, The guys at my ISP think the same unfortunatelly and I have my REBOL scripts running ok. All I did was to upload REBOL interpreter an my scripts to cgi-bin directory. The scripts have the extension .cgi and the first line of each one is: #!rebol -cs I guess this is more detailed at Carlsīs tutorial on CGI at REBOL website Cheers 2007/9/6, CHRIS DWYER <chd-1staccess.ca>:
> > We have an ISP that provides a LAMP set-up on a shared server running > Linux. > > They want nothing to do with REBOL on their servers! (Fools) > > Is it possible to put the REBOL interpreter anywhere on the server > and still have it run? > > For example: /home/webaddress/public_html/cgi/myapp.r > > In this case, the myapp.r is in the standard cgi directory. > Could the interpreter be placed in the 'webaddress' directory or in > the cgi perhaps??? > > Header in the myapp.r file would be: #! /home/webaddress/rebol --csi > > Would the interpreter be found by the server? > > In Windows apparently Apache runs the interpreter. Is it possible to > have Apache run it on other systems? On OSX the Unix Shell runs it, > I'm not sure why these are different. > > thanks > > ~chris > Canada > -- > To unsubscribe from the list, just send an email to > lists at rebol.com with unsubscribe as the subject. >
-- Carlos Lorenz www.revistaeletronica.com.br Unidade Lorenz Ltda (11) 4034 1971