jestin_virtual

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Not sure what's going on over there, but sneader was nice enough to post a copy of the latest version over here.
http://forums.cpanel.net/f77/free-logview-file-system-log-viewer-57453-p3.html#post573105
Hello , i have confronted a problem , i couldn`t install

[email protected] [/download]# sh addon_lview.cgi
addon_lview.cgi: line 8: BEGIN: command not found
addon_lview.cgi: line 9: syntax error near unexpected token `@INC,"/usr/local/cpanel"'
addon_lview.cgi: line 9: ` push(@INC,"/usr/local/cpanel");'
 
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xisn

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Looking at the command below it looks like your trying to run the CGI script in shell mode, not sure what your trying to accomplish?


Hello , i have confronted a problem , i couldn`t install

[email protected] [/download]# sh addon_lview.cgi
addon_lview.cgi: line 8: BEGIN: command not found
addon_lview.cgi: line 9: syntax error near unexpected token `@INC,"/usr/local/cpanel"'
addon_lview.cgi: line 9: ` push(@INC,"/usr/local/cpanel");'
 

emerby

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Problem installing

Hi there,

I logged in via SSH and type the commands you said on your site but are running into an error:

[email protected] [/]# ./logview-install
-bash: ./logview-install: /bin/sh^M: bad interpreter: No such file or directory

Not sure what can be done after this. It is running on a dedicated server.

Thanks for your help.
 

robbie_troster

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Hi there,

I logged in via SSH and type the commands you said on your site but are running into an error:

[email protected] [/]# ./logview-install
-bash: ./logview-install: /bin/sh^M: bad interpreter: No such file or directory

Not sure what can be done after this. It is running on a dedicated server.

Thanks for your help.
In all the commands entered above in my post do not enter the '#'
 

bvierra

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Hi there,

I logged in via SSH and type the commands you said on your site but are running into an error:

[email protected] [/]# ./logview-install
-bash: ./logview-install: /bin/sh^M: bad interpreter: No such file or directory

Not sure what can be done after this. It is running on a dedicated server.

Thanks for your help.
you downloaded and opened it on windows before running it (hence why the ^M is in there).. If you didnt do it the logview people did, and if that is true I would run that on any servers I touch.
 
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