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>From: Behalf Of Donncha O Caoimh
>Do you have to define the bugzilla directory as a script alias as
>well? (top of my head suggestion, don't havehttpd.conf open in front
Don't think so, but tried it anyway. No success. Had a look at the
apache FAQ, it didn't shed any new light.
>Did you stop and start apache, not just "restart" it?
Yes - no result.
Gary Mc Closkey wrote:
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> When I try to use any of the Bugzilla cgi scripts, the browser just
> displays the script instead of executing it.
> I've installed bugzilla into /home/httpd/html/bugzilla/ . As per
> the README, I have added to access.conf
>> # Bugzilla entry added
> <Directory /home/httpd/html/bugzilla>
> AllowOverride None
> Options ExecCGI
> # end bugzilla entry
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