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Old 24th June 2009
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Originally Posted by indienick View Post
I would suggest you try cheating a little bit, and just using the regular CGI module (which, in your configuration file is completely commented out).

Just add a "php" => "/usr/bin/php" (or "php" => "/usr/local/bin/php" - depending on where it's located) to the hash and that may solve your problem.

I have never tried it like this before (as I really do not like/try to avoid having to use PHP), but I have done it with Common Lisp scripts, and it works, wonderfully.
I gave that a try but the output was still the same "No input file specified.".

What did work tho was removing the chroot. commented out the "server.chroot" line and pointed everything to /var/www.

So the issue is something to do with the chroot. I'll do some more testing.
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