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CGI Overview
    How do I call a CGI script securely?

Using your local CGI BIN, your path would look like this:

The represents the server your domain is hosted on.

If you would like to use securely you first need to:

Save a copy of this script on your local hard drive.    

Upload the file into your local /cgi-bin directory.

Then, instead of calling the universal /cgi-sys directory, you would call your own /cgi-bin directory.

It would look something like this: NOTE: You do NOT include the extension of your domain (i.e. '.com', '.net', '.org').

    How do I set permissions inside my CGI BIN?
If the browser returns "Internal Server Error" every time you submit your form, you did not have the right permission set for your script. Do the following to set the permission:

SSH into your /cgi-bin directory and issue the following command: chmod 755  This will give universal execute permissions for that file.
    What is your server path to PERL and Sendmail?

Our server path to PERL is: /usr/bin/perl
The path to the Sendmail program is: /usr/lib/sendmail

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