I'm trying to set an .htaccess file for one of my directories, so that
the server will execute scripts in my own cgi-bin.
I don't have access to stash a ScriptAlias into the srm.conf file, but it
IS set up AllowOverride All.
I create an .htaccess file:
<Directory .> ;ive also tried ~user/path, full path, ./, *, /*, */
Options All ;for simplicity
Now the server sends me 500 Server error: Syntax error or override
violation in file (my .htaccess file)
Reason: Unknown method.
I have no clue as to a) what exactly "unknown method" means, and b) what
exactly it refers to.
I shouldn't have even bothered swimming through the mud at
hoohoo.ncsa.uiuc.edu, but I did, and nearly drowned as I expected.
As far as I can tell from those docs, I did it right. There's no error
documentation, so I can't glean much else from there.
Can someone tell me why this is happening, and which "method" is
"unknown" to the server?
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