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I am not ignorant of the apache documentation, I would honestly like some opinions about this. The docs don't realyl address my concerns here- and I would like the thoughts of real world developers/webmonkeys like myself.
For example, if you are a sys admin or a web devel, and you had to install an app, would you expect it to go in sgi, what if it were to be in its own dir alongside http doc root? would it p155 u off? I don't know exactly. Please suggest.


In reply to Re^2: is it ok to have a web app install alongside http accessible instead of cgi-bin? by leocharre
in thread is it ok to have a web app install alongside http accessible instead of cgi-bin? by leocharre

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