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  Apache Web-Serving with Mac OS X: Part 1
Subject:   I desperately need the 2nd installment!
Date:   2004-05-10 12:06:08
From:   UrbanDerelict
I've already registered a domain and have a simple site running, and I've been looking for weeks on how to get information about CGI scripting. First thing I learned was that it's not a language like C or C++ or whatever; CGI scripting could be written in any language.


Anyway, I've already moved my site to the Library/WebServer/Documents directory, and along side the Documents directory there exists a CGI-Executables directory, too.


I've already messed with my httpd.conf too, to allow CGI scripting, but I don't know where to put them, since there's no 'CGI-Executables' directory along side the Library/WebServer/Documents dir.


I've ordered CGI 101, but I won't get it for 3 to 5 days!