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the new Plesk version coming out later this year. Visit this thread for more details. Trying to run cgi-irc - 500 Server error Discussion in 'Plesk for cgi internal server error apache Linux - 8.x and Older' started by mandrich, Jan 29, 2006. mandrich Guest 0
Internal Server Error Cgi PythonHello, I'm migrating over from a Plesk 5.5 installation to Plesk 7.5 Reloaded. I need to run cgi-irc because I have cgi 500 internal server error clients who can only connect to irc via port 80 through a browser. Everything appears to be working correctly for cgi scripts, but irc.cgi returns a 500 error and the logs show a "premature end
Cgi Bin Internal Server Errorof script headers" in the logs. This is the exact script that I am able to run on the Plesk 5.5 box I have, leading me to believe it's an environment issue.. Here are the details: Level.domain.com is a sub-domain of domain.com. CGI support is turned on for the child domain, but not the parent. The files have been copied into the cgi-bin of the subdomain. The permissions are as follows cgi script internal server error - drwxr-xr-x 2 ftpltm psacln 4096 Jan 29 11:57 . drwxr-xr-x 5 root root 4096 Jan 29 10:56 .. -rwxr-xr-x 1 ftpltm psacln 2376 Jan 29 11:23 client-perl.cgi -rwxr-xr-x 1 ftpltm psacln 6727 Jan 29 11:23 irc.cgi -rwxr-xr-x 1 ftpltm psacln 36485 Jan 29 11:23 nph-irc.cgi -rwxr-xr-x 1 ftpltm psacln 88 Jan 29 11:57 test.cgi I wrote a basic "Hello World" test script (test.cgi) that works fine and tells me that cgi is functional. The irc.cgi script I'm trying to run has #! /usr/bin/perl -w as the path. Permissions look correct. Same configration I ran on the previous server. Any guidance is appreciated. mandrich, Jan 29, 2006 #1 mandrich Guest 0 Found the issue. Incorrect permissions on my config file. A chmod 644 fixed everything. mandrich, Jan 30, 2006 #2 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Share This Page Tweet Loading... Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? No, create an account now. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Stay logged in Plesk Forum Home Forum > Older Products Discussion > Older Panel Software Versions > Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older > G
of questions I get from my visitors at thesitewizard.com, I can see that one of the most dreaded errors that newcomers to CGI face is the "500 Internal Server Error".
Internal Server Error Cgi-bin ApacheIt is one of the most uninformative error messages that can mean anything
Python Cgi 500 Internal Server Errorfrom an improper upload to a bug in the script. This article attempts to give you some concrete, practical steps perl internal server error -w that you can take to narrow down the problem and hopefully eliminate it. For the uninitiated, a "500 Internal Server Error" is a message much like the common "404 File Not Found" https://talk.plesk.com/threads/trying-to-run-cgi-irc-500-server-error.62849/ message. You get the latter message in your browser when you try to access a non-existent web page. You get the "500 Internal Server Error" message when you try to run a script with problems. For the purposes of this article, I am assuming that your CGI script is a Perl script, by far the most commonly available on the Internet. We will try to http://www.thesitewizard.com/archive/servererror.shtml eliminate the most common errors first (and the easiest-to-eliminate ones): Location Did you upload your scripts into the right place? This is not as obvious as it may seem. Some servers are configured to run your CGI scripts anywhere. Others will only run it when it is installed in a particular directory. It is not just a matter of creating a "cgi-bin" directory — for example, some hosts configure the server so that it will run scripts only from a particular directory outside the web directory structure (for security reasons). Your web page will still call the script "/cgi-bin/script.pl" but the server maps it to the actual directory. You will have to upload it in the right directory, regardless of what your web page calls it. Find out such information from your web host's documentation. File Upload Mode Did you upload your Perl script in ASCII mode? Your FTP client may have uploaded the script in binary mode if you did not take any special action. Perl scripts are ASCII files, and since different operating systems have different ways of representing the end of line character (eg Unix uses a line-feed, Windows uses
kernel 2.6.18-164.el5 Last update: 6 years ago Can't seem to get TWiki configured. I have it installed http://www.twiki.org/cgi-bin/view/Support/SID-00838 and the "Welcome to TWiki" page comes up in the browser, but when I click on configure, it times out and eventually gives me a 500 Internal Server Error. My httpd log shows this: [Thu May 13 12:41:49 2010] [warn] [client 10.20.0.141] Timeout waiting for output from CGI script /var/www/twiki.mydomain.com/bin/configure, referer: http://twiki.mydomain.com/ internal server [Thu May 13 12:41:49 2010] [error] [client 10.20.0.141] Premature end of script headers: configure, referer: http://twiki.mydomain.com/ [Thu May 13 12:43:49 2010] [warn] [client 10.20.0.141] Timeout waiting for output from CGI script /var/www/twiki.mydomain.com/bin/configure, referer: http://twiki.mydomain.com/ I generated my twiki.conf from the Apache Config Generator. I did have to comment out one small perl internal server error section or else Apache wouldn't start up. See below: # We set an environment variable called blockAccess. # # Setting a BrowserMatchNoCase to ^$ is important. It prevents TWiki from # including its own topics as URLs and also prevents other TWikis from # doing the same. This is important to prevent the most obvious # Denial of Service attacks. # # You can expand this by adding more BrowserMatchNoCase statements to # block evil browser agents trying the impossible task of mirroring a twiki # # Example: # BrowserMatchNoCase ^SiteSucker blockAccess # BrowserMatchNoCase ^$ blockAccess BrowserMatchNoCase ^Accoona blockAccess BrowserMatchNoCase ^ActiveAgent blockAccess BrowserMatchNoCase ^Attache blockAccess BrowserMatchNoCase BecomeBot blockAccess BrowserMatchNoCase ^bot blockAccess BrowserMatchNoCase Charlotte/ blockAccess BrowserMatchNoCase ^ConveraCrawler blockAccess BrowserMatchNoCase ^CrownPeak-HttpAgent blockAccess BrowserMatchNoCase ^EmailCollector blockAccess BrowserMatchNoCase ^EmailSiphon blockAccess BrowserMatchNoCase ^e-SocietyRobot blockAccess BrowserMatchNoCase ^Exabot blockAccess BrowserMatchNoCase ^FAST blockAccess BrowserMatchNoCase ^FDM blockAccess BrowserMatchNoCase ^GetRight/6.0a blockAccess BrowserMatchNoCase ^GetWebPics blockAccess BrowserMatchNoCase ^Gigabot blockAccess BrowserMatchNoCase ^gonzo1 blockAccess BrowserMatchNoCase ^Google\sSpider blockAccess BrowserMatchNoCase