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    Question SuExec Problem

    I ahve enabled SuExec through WHM and now some CGI scripts won't run, I have also ran Fix Insecure Scripts.

    Is there something else I need to do?


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    Yeah, I did that, still doesn't work

    It works over command-line (because I'm root) but not over the browser. Gives a "Internal Server Error".

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    tail -f /etc/httpd/log/error_log

    and then browse it from your internet broswer whats the error?
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    Do you have any .htaccess in the directory?
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    chmod 711 would be better

    also make sure the script to be run is owned by that user but nobody

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