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CGI Big Time Problem = Headache

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CGI Big Time Problem = Headache

Please email adam@elektronik.co.uk

Hi all,

I'm having real problems trying to install a sript called adtrackz. The
installation is seemingly very simple. I filled it out as much as I can, but
still get an error message from the below extract of the config file. Is the
below correct? And if not, what is? Many many thanks adam
adam@elektronik.co.uk

#Enter the required values for each variable below.
#Be careful not to change anything else,
#just what's in between the quotes.

#The server path to the data directory, must end with a /
$datapath = "home/adamb01243/cgi-bin/adtrackz/data/";

#The server path to your home directory, must end with a /
$home = "home/adamb01243/htdocs/";

#full www path to t.cgi
$tcgi = "http://cgi.adamb01243.force9.co.uk/cgi-bin/adtrackz/t.cgi";

#your domain, simply enter it without the www's,
$domain = "elektronik.co.uk";

#enter a password, max 10 characters
$password = "111111111";

1 REPLY
audioc
Dabbler
Posts: 18
Registered: 25-09-2007

RE: CGI Big Time Problem = Headache

I am no expert, but look at the $datapath and others- should it not have a "/" at the front?

Regards,


Andy
www.audiclub.co.uk

> Please email adam@elektronik.co.uk
>
> Hi all,
>
> I'm having real problems trying to install a sript called adtrackz. The
> installation is seemingly very simple. I filled it out as much as I can, but
> still get an error message from the below extract of the config file. Is the
> below correct? And if not, what is? Many many thanks adam
> adam@elektronik.co.uk
>
> #Enter the required values for each variable below.
> #Be careful not to change anything else,
> #just what's in between the quotes.
>
> #The server path to the data directory, must end with a /
> $datapath = "home/adamb01243/cgi-bin/adtrackz/data/";
>
> #The server path to your home directory, must end with a /
> $home = "home/adamb01243/htdocs/";
>
> #full www path to t.cgi
> $tcgi = "http://cgi.adamb01243.force9.co.uk/cgi-bin/adtrackz/t.cgi";
>
> #your domain, simply enter it without the www's,
> $domain = "elektronik.co.uk";
>
> #enter a password, max 10 characters
> $password = "111111111";
>
>