Server Error after installing clickmanager

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Server Error after installing clickmanager

Postby guru_midge » 2004-10-15 08:07 am

Hi there,

I've installed the script yada yada yada....followed instructions to the letter etc etc...

When i ran it, i got an error page come up - 500 internal server error. I checked with the support dude and the log said:
"Premature end of script headers: clickmanager.cgi, referer: http://www.visual-ice.co.uk/index_clicktrack.htm"

Any ideas?

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Postby Jeremy » 2004-10-15 09:07 am

make sure you uploaded in ascii, not binary. make sure the path to perl is correct at the top of the .cgi files. make sure you chmod 755.
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Postby guru_midge » 2004-10-15 09:17 am

Ah - thankin you kindly for your quick response and quick solution - twas the CHMOD - had done it on first upload, not second - <homer-esque phrase/>

It's now officially a wonderful script wot works purfect loike!

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Postby Brian121 » 2007-01-29 03:23 am

Hi everyone. Well, I finally found a script that will count outgoing clicks and will increment it on my site automatically. Problem is, I've installed it and it won't work! I'm going to do my best to describe my situation. The readme.txt file told me to download the cgi scripts to this path: #!/usr/bin/perl. Now, this is my first question. I can get all the way to: #!/usr/bin, but then "perl" is NOT a folder, but a file. Does this mean I need to right click on that "perl" file and upload my CGI scripts that way, or can I just upload them into the "bin" folder?
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Postby Jeremy » 2007-01-29 06:21 pm

you don't want to be messing with any files in the /usr/bin folder. #!/usr/bin/perl is telling the computer where to find the perl program, which it then uses to run the script.

you want the script files in either your cgi-bin or a normal web-accessible folder, depending on your server.
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