Building a CGI


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I was wondering if anyone could give me an idea of how hard it is to
build a CGI from source that requires two external libraries to build.
All the code and libraries are open source. I'm not really familiar
with building binary packages in Linux, but I'd like to run this
CLI-type tool on a shared server. The tool is a bit complex. I've
built it on my local machine, but I'll need to target a x86_64
architecture.
I think I can run CentOS 64 bit in a virtual box.
After that is is just a matter of compartmentalizing all the libraries
and source to run in the cgi-bin folder? Or is there a lot more to
it?
Thanks
Eric
I was wondering if anyone could give me an idea of how hard it is to
build a CGI from source that requires two external libraries to build.
All the code and libraries are open source. I'm not really familiar
with building binary packages in Linux, but I'd like to run this
CLI-type tool on a shared server. The tool is a bit complex. I've
built it on my local machine, but I'll need to target a x86_64
architecture.
I think I can run CentOS 64 bit in a virtual box.
After that is is just a matter of compartmentalizing all the libraries
and source to run in the cgi-bin folder? Or is there a lot more to
it?
Thanks
Eric
Linux
I want to pass a parameter to a CGI script that is called from
another CGI script from an HTMLm layout.
My original CGI script
(original.cgi) calls the other through the following code: />action="http://grenoble.lmc.ericsson.se:8080/cgi-bin/test.cgi"
TARGET="_new">
<input type="submit"
name="Report" value="View Report"> />However, I need to access a parameter to the test.cgi script that i
set in the original cgi script that calls the test.cgi script. How is
it possible. HELP!!!!
Web Development
Howdy,
I'm in the process of building my own guestbook for
my band's website. I got a template from a cd full of online classes
that a friend of mine copied for me. So far, everything's being going
fine. The guestbook IS functional, but in trying to make cosmetic
changes to it(like, add and display time that a person signed the
guestbook, make the lines between the entries closer, change font
color, and such)I've found that the classes don't cover it. />Also, I've tried to look elsewhere online, but most information
about guestbooks is limited to services offering their own templates.
Therefore, not much help.
My question: could anyone tell me how
to do thes
Web Development

This problem started after I had Bloodhound.Exploit.6 and
XMLid.Exploit viruses. I think my virus software got rid of those
files, but I can't get rid of that homepage. I have run Spybot and
tried StartPage Guard. Here is my Hijack log:

Logfile of
HijackThis v1.97.7
Scan saved at 2:23:26 AM, on 8/18/2004 />Platform: Windows ME (Win9x 4.90.3000)
MSIE: Internet Explorer
v6.00 SP1 (6.00.2800.1106)

Running processes: />C:WINDOWSSYSTEMKERNEL32.DLL
C:WINDOWSSYSTEMMSGSRV32.EXE />C:WINDOWSSYSTEMMSGLOOP.EXE
C:WINDOWSSYSTEMMSG32.EXE />C:WINDOWSSYSTEMmmtask.tsk
C:WINDOWSSYSTEMMPREXE.EXE />C:WINDOWSSYSTEMMSTASK.EXE
C:PROGRAM F

Hardware
Can anyone help me sort out why CGI scripts are not running?
I
have installed bugzilla (manually - not with apt-get) but when I
navigate to the site location in the browser, the actual text of
index.cgi displays rather than the rendered bugzilla home page. I
enabled the site and edited the Apache site config file like so: />
class="bbcode_description">Code:
class="bbcode_code">NameVirtualHost bugs
<VirtualHost
bugs>
        ServerAdmin
admin@example.com
        DocumentRoot
/var/www/bugs
        <Directory
/var/www/bugs>
Ubuntu
Hello all,
I'm struggling with a cgi script that builds a temp
file and copies over to html. The script is written in sh:
class="bbcode_container"> class="bbcode_description">Quote:
#!/bin/sh
# Create some temporary files to hold our
data:
for i in 1
do
FILE="$$" />FILE2="/tmp/$$.txt"
FILE3="time_$$.html" /># echo $FILE # show file name
> $FILE # create files />done
# Create the html code with the days remaining on the
user's remaining
# account time in decimal format.
# />echo &q
Ubuntu

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