I have an CGI application (wriiten in Per) works fine on NT but calling one of the pages (while on a Linux Server) fails (i.e. gives an HTTP 500 error). Was wondering if anyone knew what could cause a page to fail from being generated from a Perl script in Linux but not in NT?
well.. is the path of perl-interpreter correct ? ( the one which you need to provide as first comment line of every perl-script ) i guess on ur linux setup its be diff from NT setup
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Thanks for the response guys. The script did previously work on the Linux server but after quite a few changes it doesn't now. This would rule out the Perl path problem. In addition, the script still generates most of the pages, its just one page it doesnt "like". As for the log file for Linux, it's our IP that has the Linux server and we can't seem to contact them regarding this problem we're having. So any possible input to why this problem is occurring would be greatly appreciated. Thanks again.