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httpd/1.0 501 not supported

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hi,

i've got error:
httpd/1.0 501 not supported
i'm using microsoft personal web server and V.B 4.0 .exe as wincgi program.

regards,

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Use HTTP/1.0 and not http/1.0.  They are not equivalent.
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Actuaaly, i'm new in wincgi,
i just use the sample project which have downloaded and recompile it.

where to define that HTTP/1.0, i can't find it in the sample code.

Could u give me url where can i get the basic and simple wincgi source code?

thanks,

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