It sounds like a problem in the apache configuration file. Apache does not know it is supposed to
run the perl code as a cgi, so instead it is serving out the source code. Could you send us your
changes to the apache file. They should look like the examples in the install manual.
--- DeAnna_nguyen@... wrote:
> Hello Codestrikers,
> My OS is Redhat Linux Enterprise 3.
> Codestriker version 1.9.2-alpha-5.
> The install.pl out put looks good:
> [root@... bin]# ./install.pl
> Checking for LWP::UserAgent (any) ok: found v2.001
> Checking for CGI (v2.56) ok: found v3.05
> Checking for Net::SMTP (any) ok: found v2.24
> Checking for DBI (v1.13) ok: found v1.43
> Checking for Template (v2.07) ok: found v2.13
> Checking for HTML::Entities (any) ok: found v1.23
> Checking for File::Temp (any) ok: found v0.14
> Checking for XML::RSS (v1.05) ok: found v1.05
> Checking for DBD::mysql (any) ok: found v2.1021
> Generating cgi-bin/codestriker.pl file...
> Removing old generated templates...
> Problem: I try to access codestriker via the web. It does not display GUI as codestriker
> documentation indicated, but instead I got a perl text script out put from the web.
> Can you help or give me an advised what I miss?
> Thnak you so much.
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