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Transfer Account = hosed cgi?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ZachICU, Jan 27, 2003.

  1. ZachICU

    ZachICU Well-Known Member

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    After doing ALOT of account transfer I have had the first one that has screwed up cgi.

    What do you know it was our main account.

    Our phplive and perlbill are both hosed. Permissions are right still.. any ideas?

    Thanks
     
  2. JustinK

    JustinK Well-Known Member

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    Did any & characters get turned into:

    & q u o t ;

    by chance? (spaced to avoid browsers from turning it into the quotation mark)
     
  3. ZachICU

    ZachICU Well-Known Member

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    Where in the scripts?
     
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    shaun Well-Known Member

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    Your probably missing some perl modules it needs... go to the installation instructions for the software and make sure the required perl modules are installed... also tail the apache error log and the suexec log while trying to hit those pages.
     
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    I would first check the following:

    proper ownership of the files

    chown user:group /path -R

    path is still the same as on the old Server

    /home/userID/public_html/ etc.

    If those two have been done and still getting errors, I would run a Perl script (although you could run a PHP one as well) and the error msg. -- in the log files or script printout -- should help to determine where the exact error(s) are.
     
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