Free Webhosting with CGI ??

Posted on 1998-07-21
Last Modified: 2013-12-25
Sorry if I got the section wrong but I have no idea where to ask this question.

I want to find a FREE WEBHOSTER (they give you free hompage reporistorys like Geocities, Tripod) but am looking for one who also offers a CGI-BIN so that I can have a webpage with CGI script calls.

Is there such a free webhoster out there?

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mikegrb earned 10 total points
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The best place to get a free business web page is with Hypermart at they have a CGI bin so that you can run perl scripts.

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The best place to get a free business web page is with Hypermart at they have a CGI bin so that you can run perl scripts.


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