[Openmcl-devel] Running CCL as a CGI process is failing, the image can't be loaded
john at mcaleely.com
Thu May 14 09:15:47 UTC 2009
That forum appears to have a tediously strict policy about
contributions, so my suggestion appears to have disappeared, despite
me completing their registration dance, apparently successfully.
From what is written in the thread, and the absence of .cgi from the
error message, I wonder what happens if you remove the .cgi extension,
and rename your image to 'image' rather than 'image.cgi'?
On 14 May 2009, at 09:57, Douglas Brunner wrote:
> I've tried to set up CCL to run as a CGI process to do some web
> development. I compiled a very simple program which just displays a
> header and a test string. Running the executable as myself, and as
> www-data (apache user) from the terminal work as expected, but when
> running it through the browser Apache always reports an error saying
> that the image can't be loaded.
> I'm wondering where I should be looking, at Apache, or at CCL.
> I've brought this up at a forum
> (http://lispforum.com/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=342), there's more info
> about the problem there.
> Thanks for any help.
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