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Old 30th May 2012, 16:05
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Default centos fcgid installation


I am newbie to Linux, I thank you for providing well crafted Howto's. I am try to setup a local webserver on my pc. I have installed CentOS 5.X, update it, installed Apache2, php5, mysql with help of your website.

At present the server API is Apache2 Handler, I am trying to change to CGI/FASTCGI.

The below webpage gives instructions to install it but the repository link given in the step 2 provided is not found. ( wget


Please update the repository link.

One question I would like to ask, may be at the wrong place.

I have a php script which after installation and when website is opened it produces .html pages . This is working fine on my paid hosting service but not on localhost. It give me error message "page not found"

example: will output with page not found error message.

It is a music script (may be designed on joomla).

What modules and extension would be required for the script to work properly.

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