Andrew Scherpbier (email@example.com)
Mon, 17 Aug 1998 08:13:26 -0700
Graham Wilton wrote:
> In a moment of madness, I offered to set up a free(ish) Intranet at work,
> using Linux (RedHat 5.0) Apache (1.2) and HTDig.
> It all seems to be working, but when I use the default search form
> (search.html) that comes with HTDig (which should run /cgi_bin/htsearch),
> Apache returns error 500. The Apache error log says the reason for the
> problem is "premature end of script header". This is discussed in the
> Apache FAQ (FAQ 14), but I don't understand either the reason for the
> problem or the proposed solution.
> I'm a complete novice at this, so if anyone can help, assume I know nothing
> - you won't be far wrong.
> P.S. - apologies if this isn't an HTDig problem, but Apache implies it is.
Try running htsearch manually.
It will prompt you for things that would normally come from the HTML form:
shield: --$ ./htsearch
Enter value for words: computer
Enter value for format: builtin-short
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