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Dr Z
post Dec 13 2012, 01:32 AM
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I have a very basic pearl script which I had used many times, but it has been sometime I have not needed it. That is to say till now. And I am stuck pulling out the hair I don't have.

Pearl location is correct: #!/usr/perl/bin/perl (server)
File transfer method: tcxt
cgi-bin location on the sever is correct. (I have a formmail script running from the same place).

Any pointers, ideas, etc. to help me find the stupid mistake(s) I am making???
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Darin McGrew
post Dec 15 2012, 03:17 PM
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So, what is supposed to happen when the script runs? What happens instead? What messages appear in the server logs?
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Dr Z
post Dec 19 2012, 09:50 PM
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QUOTE(Darin McGrew @ Dec 15 2012, 12:17 PM) *

So, what is supposed to happen when the script runs? What happens instead? What messages appear in the server logs?


Darin, sorry for not replying earlier.

Terminology can get in the way sometimes... The script used is a drop-down menu application (same as htmlhelp>>faqs>> forms> 10.13. How can I use forms for pull-down navigation menus).

I get a internal message appears when I try to run the script. Error log (server) does not give much of an information except that error 500 has happened.
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