Re: apache woes with xxx.sh.gz
On Tue, 30 Apr 2002, Patrick Hsieh wrote:
> When I add .sh in AddHandler in httpd.conf, I hope apache to consider it
> as cgi file. However, if I put a xxx.sh.xxx (xxx could be any string)
> under DocumentRoot and open a http client to get it, my apache server
> will see it as a cgi file and get cgi error. This is unexpected, since
> xxx.sh.xxx is not in the cgi handler afterall. But what could make this?
Do you have a ScriptAlias directive?
Anyways, what specific CGI error?
Jeremy C. Reed
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