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I want to upload *.gif/Image files to the server from a html form. I am wondering if there are any existing scripts in Perl/Cgi to do so. I am using a Sunsolarsis (Unix System V) as the server. Or if there is any other way to do so?
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There's one called Editpage (be sure you get Editpage 5, as I'm not sure the older versions can do this)...you can pick it up from http://www.zonecoaster.com/

There is an editpage6 in the making, but it's not free...editpage5 is totally free.  It actually is a script to edit/create/upload files, including image files.  I do know that it WILL run on Unix servers, as I'm using it on Unix myself.
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