What does 'Malformed header from script' mean to anyone?
print "Status: 200\nContent-type: text/html\n\n";
print "Here is some data that should be an HTML page.";
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I am running Apache1.2b2 under Linux 2.0.27. I have a perl script which
spits out a *.gif files. My server complains of a malformed header:
[Wed Jan 29 21:10:27 1997] access to
ed for xyz.com, reason: malformed header from script. Bad header=GIF89a
(BTW, I am spitting out
as a header)
As always, all help is appreciated; all flames are tolerated.