07-09-2009 04:41 PM
1. Uncomment SuexecUserGroup in the configuration and provide it with a valid user/group, with IDs > 100,
2. Change the ownership of cgi-bin and cgi-bin/showuser.cgi to match the SuexecUserGroup information
3. Copy suexec.hide to suexec, and give it permissions 4555.
When I access the cgi with http://x.x.x.x/cgi-bin/showuser.cgi, the cgi runs successfully with apache 2.0, but logs the following error with apache 2.2:
[2009-07-09 16:33:39]: uid: (/root) gid: (0/0) cmd: showuser.cgi
[2009-07-09 16:33:39]: cannot run as forbidden uid (0/showuser.cgi)
Has anyone else seen this problem?
07-09-2009 07:28 PM
I know nothing, but you might get better
answers faster in an HP-UX forum than you
will in this Linux forum.
A Google search for the error message finds
more than nothing.
07-09-2009 10:57 PM
Apache HTTP Server Version 2.2 ... To this end, suEXEC configuration requires of the administrator careful attention to details. After due consideration has ..
The procedure is different.
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