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Permission set to 755, but it still errors?


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Posted:
15/7/06 10:11 pm by bluewizard

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30/1/10 7:28 pm by admin

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The solution is to add '-w' after the Perl path in your Perl script.

It will look like this: #!/usr/bin/perl -w

This will enable 'warnings' in Perl.
Some Perl scripts do not run without this option.

Also, all perl and cgi files must be saved in Unix format. If you have used notepad to save your file, it will save it in Windows format which will cause the error.

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