Apache Today: Dynamic Content with CGIJun 05, 2000, 17:30 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Rich Bowen)
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"With this column Rich Bowen begins his weekly look at basic tasks that every Apache Webmaster must face. Rich is the author of Apache Server Unleashed."
"The CGI (Common Gateway Interface) is the simplest, and most common, way to put dynamic content on your web site. This week's column will be an introduction to setting up CGI on your Apache Web server and getting started writing CGI programs."
"In order to get your CGI programs to work properly, you'll need to have Apache configured to permit CGI execution. There are several ways to do this."
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