CGI-scripts and Apache

CGI-scripts and Apache

Post by Jonas ?ber » Sat, 16 Aug 1997 04:00:00

What signal does Apache send to a child cgi-script when the browser client
breaks the connection (ie. the user using the browser presses STOP).

I have tried with SIGTERM and SIGPIPE with no luck.


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1. apache: give /home/mailman/cgi-bin permissions to run cgi-scripts.

Hey ho,
I try to install mailman on my server.
Now I have to give /home/mailman/cgi-bin permissions to run cgi-scripts.
How can I do this?
In the documentation of mailman like
Exec          /mailman/*      $prefix/cgi-bin/*
ScriptAlias   /mailman/       $prefix/cgi-bin/

is shown. Which one is right, or none?


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