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Grace B
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Posted on Sunday, November 12, 2017 - 10:14 pm:   

Hello,

I am very new to linux and am having a really rough time installing webmo. I am attempting to download this application to a Mac OS machine and managed to get through the installation process until the step 7. After completing step 6, no URL was provided. I accessed the login.cgi file manually and found the following error messages:

!/usr/bin/perl

# This script is copyright (c) 2014 by WebMO, LLC, all rights reserved.
# Its use is subject to the license agreement that can be found at the following
# URL: http://www.webmo.net/license


# This is an executable Perl-based cgi script. If you can read this comment,
# then your web server is not properly configured to execute cgi scripts in
# this directory. You must reconfigure your web server to allow cgi script
# execution in this directory before you can successfully run WebMO.

use ParsedHTML;

$require++;
require("globals.cgi");
require("parse.cgi");
require("password.cgi");
require("redirect.cgi");
require("usercontrol.cgi");
require("jobcontrol.cgi");
require("join_group.cgi");
$require--;
"login.cgi" 111L, 2994C

I think this may be linked to another issue I had during the installation process in Step 3. The specific file org.apache.httpd did not exist in the "LaunchDaemons" folder. A similar file, org.apache.httpd.plist did exist, so I used that file when conducting the sudo defaults write command.

I am really confused, I don't know what I'm doing, and I am afraid I am going to destroy every piece of software in my laptop. It took me three tries to work up the courage to mess with the sudo command. I need help.

Thanks.
JR Schmidt
Moderator
Username: Schmidt

Post Number: 575
Registered: 11-2006
Posted on Monday, November 13, 2017 - 12:01 pm:   

Make sure step 3B is correct. You likely missed the "ScriptAlias" command. Scripts are not being executed right now, but rather merely displayed

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