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First Post Posted on: 07-05-10 07:34 PM next post first post
Hello,

1. Is this correct .shtml is a SSI = Server Side Includes ?

.cgi is registered within my cgi-bin

2. .pm not sure of, but I would like to know if this is the same as .cgi, where as should it be registered as .pm extension within the cgi-bin?

3. Also should .ini be registered as a cgi-bin extension?

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Reply #: 1 Posted on: 07-05-10 07:38 PM next post previous post
What you mean by registered with cgi-bin?

SSI yes is server side include
the .cgi and .pm, and .pl are Perl scripts and should be regsitered to Perl if you mean that or not the server knows this by default from the first line in each .cgi or .pl file.

The .ini files are plan text files.

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Reply #: 2 Posted on: 07-05-10 07:59 PM last post previous post

What you mean by registered with cgi-bin?

SSI yes is server side include
the .cgi and .pm, and .pl are Perl scripts and should be regsitered to Perl if you mean that or not the server knows this by default from the first line in each .cgi or .pl file.

The .ini files are plan text files.



Just wondering, I have full access to cgi-bin, can add or delete any extension within the cgi-bin.
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