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From Can Le <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Missing Mod_Access
Date Tue, 02 Jan 2007 00:07:21 GMT
Happy New Year to Sander Temme 
  I do not have problem when I run my test.exe in Internet  Explorer, however, Firefox gave
me these errors and asked me to down  load file test.exe, but Firefox did not run it on console:
  logs/error: [Mon Jan 01 16:58:04 2007] [error] [client]  malformed header from
//script. Bad /header=<p>: testlcd83c.exe,  referer: http://localhost/cgi-bin/test1.cgi
  logs/access: - - [01/Jan/2007:17:01:41 -0600] "GET /cgi-bin/test1.exe HTTP/1.1"
//200 190
I did not reboost my windows XP Home and Apache2, but I restarted httpd.conf whenever I changed
any line. 
  Please tell me what should I have for:
  default type, 
  or <meta http-equiv=.... >
   or  : 
  Thank you for helps
  Can le
Sander Temme <> wrote:  Can Le,

On Dec 29, 2006, at 7:16 PM, Can Le wrote:

> I checked my httpd.conf and I am having

Please tell us in detail about the error you are referring to:

1) Do you see it when you try to start the server, or when you access
    a URL on your server?
2) If the error occurs when you start the server: is there output on the
    terminal window? What does it say? Is there error output in the
3) If the error occurs when you access a URL on your server: what does
    the error response say? Please turn off "Friendly Error Messages" in
    Internet Explorer, or use Firefox for testing. What information  
    in the access_log and the error_log when Apache generates the error

Please provide as much information as you can, so we can help you  
find the problem.


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