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[REBOL] Re: Core 2.5 file security control in CGI mode

From: kenlo:pop3free at: 29-Mar-2001 10:41

Thanks Bo. My configuration is :- /core 2.5.0.3.1 AnalogX simpleserver 1.0.5 from http://www.analogx.com and configured to start rebol cgi scripts with -cs Win98 The script getmp.r is attached. Some of the characters are in Big5 encoding. The base url is a Big5 site. In commandline I use rebol -s getmp.r In cgi it is run as rebol -cs getmp.r The problem only exists when launching it as cgi script.
>kenlo, > >I did the following test from RedHat Linux 7.0 and it worked fine: > > ./rebol -cs --do "write %test.r {test}" > >I was not prompted to lower the security and the file was written >correctly. > >Try the above on your version and let us know: > > 1) Did it work? > 2) The full version number of your release (i.e. 2.5.0.3.1). > >You said the switch was OK in commandline mode. Does this mean that >the problem only exists when launching it from a script? If so, could >you provide a short example of a script that doesn't work? What >webserver are you using? Give us whatever information you think we >would need to recreate the problem here. > >Thanks! > >-Bo > >On 28-Mar-2001/14:32:36+8:00, [kenlo--pop3free--com] wrote: >>The -cs switch doesn't work with Core 2.5. It just keep on asking me >>to grant permission to write to file. I have to switch back to Core 2.4. >>Strange enough the -s switch is OK in commandline mode. >> >> >>-- >>To unsubscribe from this list, please send an email to >>[rebol-request--rebol--com] with "unsubscribe" in the >>subject, without the quotes. >> >-- > Bohdan "Bo" Lechnowsky > REBOL Adventure Guide > REBOL Technologies 707-467-8000 (http://www.rebol.com) > The Official Source for REBOL Books (http://www.REBOLpress.com) > >-- >To unsubscribe from this list, please send an email to >[rebol-request--rebol--com] with "unsubscribe" in the >subject, without the quotes. >
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