ScriptAlias is set to $HOME/wwwroot/cgi-bin/ already. That's what's
baffling me. It's still trying to look for $HOME/wwwroot/htdocs/cgi-bin/
Thanks for the response, though!
If needed, I can send my .conf files to people who need them.
> Hi Bill,
> try ScriptAlias in the srm.conf file. For example: ScriptAlias /cgi-bin/
> As far as I know each request for a cgi-script will let the server have a
> look in that specified directory. The advantage is that you can exclude
> the cgi-bin directory from the www path. If yourre running a virtual host
> put the alias command between the <VirtualHost> directives.
> Of course you can also try it with mod_rewrite which is as complicated as
> powerful and confuses me at the moment. I found a very good article in
> english/german about mode_rewrite from the author himself in
> Beat me if Im wrong :-)
> > Hi,
> > My server (Apache 1.2.6) is looking for scripts in
> > $HOME/wwwroot/htdocs/cgi-bin/. I've checked the config files, though,
> > and they seem to have the CGI directory set up properly as
> > $HOME/wwwroot/cgi-bin/. I know it's probably a small problem. I'm just
> > tired right now.
> > Any help greatly appreciated!!!!
> > Bill