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From: Swigg, Tom C <swiggtc@ls...> - 2008-02-21 10:37:45
I am about to commence a very large migration to Red Hat from a site
that has been using cgiwrap for many years.
Has anyone successfully implemented cgiwrap on a 64 bit Red Hat
Enterprise Linux 4 or 5?
I would like to maintain backwards compatibility where possible and
being able to use cgiwrap is a requirement.
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