Glad to hear you now have it working, but its not nice to hear that somehow
the open3() call under mod_perl is broken on Linux, with Perl 5.8.
Some other interesting experiments to try that I'd be interested in knowing
the results of:
* Re-enable mod_perl again, but make sure you don't enable taint mode (ie
comment out the line "PerlTaintCheck On" in your apache.conf file if it was
* Likewise, can you easily update your mod_perl to a more recent version? I
suspect the problem may lie here. It would be interesting to know if it has
It goes to show - when all else fails, you can rely on plain-old CGI. :)
On Friday 14 January 2005 04:29, skuhlmann@... wrote:
> Janson and David,
> We changed our "codestriker.conf" file as follows and the Parallel and Line
> links now work:
> Alias /codestriker/ /var/www/codestriker/codestriker-1.8.5/cgi-bin/
> Alias /codestrikerhtml/ /var/www/codestriker/codestriker-1.8.5/html/
> <Directory "/var/www/codestriker/codestriker-1.8.5/cgi-bin/">
> # SetHandler perl-script
> # PerlHandler ModPerl::Registry
> Options +ExecCGI
> AddHandler cgi-script .pl
> <Directory "/var/www/codestriker/codestriker-1.8.5/html/">
> AllowOverride None
> Allow from all
> Steven Kuhlmann
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jason Remillard <jremillardshop@...>
> Sent: Wed Jan 12 21:16:34 CST 2005
> To: Steven Kuhlmann <skuhlmann@...>
> CC: David Sitsky <sits@...>
> Subject: problems with codestriker
> I saw the mail you sent to David, about su to www-data working ok. It looks
> like that the open3 command used to shell off svn cat is not working. I
> have also noticed that you are using perl 5.8 and mod_perl. David has a
> note that open3 is broken under windows for this config, I am thinking it
> is also broken for linux. Turn off mod_perl in apache, and re-run the test.
> If that is still broken I would still focus on the apache, perl, and
> mod_perl type problems.
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