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Re: Re: Re: About server informationby projekt21 (Friar)
|on Jul 29, 2003 at 15:58 UTC||Need Help??|
Well, that's tough :-). No need to shame, we all started once.
If that's your Redhat System, you may find the webserver Apache installed somewhere (maybe in /usr/local/apache, maybe elsewhere). CGI provides an interface for that webserver to run a script and output its result. Apache is configured via a file named httpd.conf. Within this file a directory needs to be configured as (example):
So you place your script in that cgi-bin directory and open a web browser with the URL:
The output will show your server stats.
If that's not your own system, please ask the question "Where can I place my CGI scripts?" to your webmaster. She will help you.
Perhaps someone redhat compatible can give some better directions to start.
alex pleiner <email@example.com>