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Debugging CGI with EPIC

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2004-09-23
2013-05-20
  • Hi,
    I'm using EPIC version 0.3.7. I wanted to start a debugging session with builtin browser. The first HTML page is displayed, but if I try to launch a CGI script I get a timeout (Error 408: Request Time-out). Hav I to make some other preferences than in the "Debug..." dialog? I think, the paths point to the right places. Any ideas?

    TIA,
    Ralf.

     
    • David Powell
      David Powell
      2004-11-29

      I have the same problem (using either the builtin browser or an external one).  Under Windows 2000.  See my posts yesterday for other details.  Initially the server was giving me a 500 error, because it was escaping the MS-DOS-style backslashes in my Perl pathname.   Please advise if you receive a solution!