At 06:48 PM 10/25/2001 +0200, Thomas Kumlehn wrote:
>Until recently I still launched
>But now I encounter more and more strange problems and
>want to switch to the recommended
>How to I setup my httpd.conf for the .cgi's or even
>AFAIK it's not mentioned in the HOWTOs for mod_webkit
>I changed DocumentRoot and others to point to my
>WebKit folder but
>doesn't work at all and
And it shouldn't and won't because the ThreadedAppServer doesn't do HTTP,
it just does WebKit-protocol requests and responses expected to come from a
web server/webkit adapter.
>simply shows the script even though the folder is
>configured ExecCGI and the file has exec modes.
You are now purely into a "how do I run CGIs?" situation. We didn't
document this because it's documented in many other places, is not a WebKit
specific issue, and changes from web server to web server.
When the the Python actually gets executed and throws an exception, then
we're into WebKit specific territory.
All I can tell you is to double check that the ExecCGI directive applies to
that directory, check for a .htaccess file in that directory that may be
overriding your configuration, check that ALL execute flags are on the
file, restart your httpd server, etc.
Finally check with your sys admin and start researching CGI issues until
you find the problem.