I have a working install of ISPConfig3. It serves html and php without a problem but I'm trying to install a perl based site (Bugzilla). Bugzilla installs all of it's cgi files to the root of the target website (not cgi-bin). As far as I can tell bugzilla is setup correctly as it comes with a script that does most of it for you. I know the files are in the folder as if I type in <mydomain>.com/index.cgi I get a page of perl as text (rather than it being processes) so the site can find and serve the files it just not processing them. If I tick CGI on my site setup ISPConfig adds default settings to point to /cgi-bin/ but I need to set this up so that perl is interpreted at run time from the /web root directory. Has anyone any experience of this? I've tried modding the vhost file (I know you're not supposed to ) to see if I could work out the correct settings but to no avail.