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cgi-sys & suexec

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by zex, Aug 15, 2001.

  1. zex

    zex Well-Known Member

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    Why scripts that are in cgi-sys dir (including wredirect.cgi) does not work if suexec is enabled?
    and how to make them to work.

    problem is that suexec does not allow execution of cgi-sys scripts becouse they are now owned by user who own virtual server that is runned.
     
  2. bdraco

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    [quote:3e97e1388a]Why scripts that are in cgi-sys dir (including wredirect.cgi) does not work if suexec is enabled?
    and how to make them to work.

    problem is that suexec does not allow execution of cgi-sys scripts becouse they are now owned by user who own virtual server that is runned.

    [/quote:3e97e1388a]

    There really isn\'t a _good_ way to do this with suexec.
     
  3. zex

    zex Well-Known Member

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    What is good way to do that and how?
    I\'m planing to go onvacation next week and i want to setup this.
     
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    Does anybody know\'s how to run suexec wrapper and cgi-sys scripts ?
    And why is simple cgi wrapper better than apache suexec?
    :D
     
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