CGIHTTPServer and Win2k

Sandy Norton sandskyfly at hotmail.com
Fri Nov 16 15:34:02 CET 2001


> Exit status 0x2 is "file not found".
> 
> You have a permissions problem.  On Windows 2000, the user profile
> directories in "Documents and Settings" are readable only by the owner.
> 
> You should either place these in "Documents and Settings\All Users", or in
> some other public directory.

I don't think that will solve the problem: here's a cut-and-paste from
python 2.2 module reference:

"11.17 CGIHTTPServer -- CGI-capable HTTP request handler 

Availability: Unix.

The CGIHTTPServer module defines a request-handler class, interface
compatible with BaseHTTPServer.BaseHTTPRequestHandler and inherits
behavior from SimpleHTTPServer.SimpleHTTPRequestHandler but can also
run CGI scripts.

Note: This module is Unix dependent since it creates the CGI process
using os.fork() and os.exec()."

regards,

Sandy



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