I have a perl script I'm trying to run on an apache webserver. I've pointed the script to the proper perl location and i can run the script in the folder with the ./scriptname.pl but when i try and call it from a webpage nothing happens. I'm sure it has to do with SSI maybe not turned on the correct way. I really didn't want to have to ask people to create a cgi-bin directory - i want to give them the rights to store there Perl/CGI programs in where in there webpage folder. Do i need to modify something in the apache web conf files to allow them to do this. if so - can some one point me to where i need to make these changes.
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