This is usually the result of CGI scripts being uploaded the wrong way.
PERL is an interpreter and it wants text files to interpret. No compilation is
done. So when people upload their scripts they need to be in ASCII mode.
Not binary, and not automatic. ASCII mode. ASCII mode should be used for all
text files and binary for things like .jpg's .zip's and such.
Also make sure they know that Linux is a case-sensitive OS--so if the file they
want is MyPage.html and their script looks for mypage.html then it's going to fail to
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We do not put limits on cgi scripts outside the use of malicious or harmful/damaging scripts.
The perl path is the very first line in every .cgi or .pl file. The path to the perl interpretor...
Our LINUX web servers have the capability to run CGI scripts in your own "cgi-bin"...
Q. What Is CGI and how is it going to help me? A. CGI is translated as Common Gateway Interface....