accessing CGI-BIN / odd script behaviour
I have a script that works fine when I run it on my debug machine but when I upload it to my ispconfig machine I have problems accessing it.
I'm running ubuntu 8.10 & ispconfig 3
The script is a PHP script, and is in my cgi-bin folder.
The script will run ok if its run at the start of the web page.
if I place the script in a form action it can't find the script.
The web layout is the default ispconfig, I use 'include "../cgi-bin/script.php" '
at the start of the page, (it sets up sessions) it'll work fine with no problems.
I place the same ../cgi-bin/script.php in a forms action and it gives me an error - page not found.
I've commented out everything within the script apart from a page redirect
header (Location: ../page02.php )
if I put the script in the same folder as the web pages (web) it all works fine.
I've tried various paths and the ../cgi-bin/script.php works at the top of a page but not if I put it in a form action.
It will work in the form action if I place it in the same folder as the web pages and change the form action /script.php.
Am I address the cgi-bin folder correctly?
The read, write, exeute for the cgi-bin folder & web folder appear to be the same.
I'm puzzled as to why it won't work when I call the script from a form if the script is in the cgi-bin folder.
Any help would be apreciated
The cgi-bin folder is for perl or shell scripts and not for PHP scripts. PHP scripts are no cgi scripts have to be in the normal web folder.
I wanted to put it in the cgi-bin directory so that it was not easy for people to look at.
I finaly got it to work using the path /cgi-bin/script.php.
It seems to be working ok
Is there a good reason not to place my scripts in cgi-bin.
Is there a way of putting the scripts in a folder that can not be downloaded or viewed from the internet.
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