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Error Running ubb_upgrade.cgi #143118
03/16/01 06:36 PM
03/16/01 06:36 PM

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Hi, I was following the steps to upgrade from the registered version 5.x to 6 and when I got to the step of exec the ubb_upgrade.cgi file I get an error from the apache error log:

[Fri Mar 16 13:02:13 2001] [error] (2)No such file or directory: exec of /var/www/cgi-bin/ubb_upgrade.cgi failed
[Fri Mar 16 13:02:13 2001] [error] [client 206.54.5.24] Premature end of script headers: /var/www/cgi-bin/ubb_upgrade.cgi

the perl path is correct, and the attribs are set to 755.

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03/16/01 07:01 PM
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Is the perl path correct?

Re: Error Running ubb_upgrade.cgi #143120
03/16/01 07:57 PM
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It says at the bottom of my message that the perl path is correct.

Re: Error Running ubb_upgrade.cgi #143121
03/16/01 08:26 PM
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No such file or directory can only mean one of a very small number of things:
Bad PERL path
umm...

If it didn't exist, you'd get a different error..

I've NEVER seen that error be ANYTHING other than a perl path..

Graeme

Re: Error Running ubb_upgrade.cgi #143122
03/16/01 10:17 PM
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I dont know what to say, all my other scripts have the same perl path, its correct, but for some reason its not working for the ubb_upgrade.cgi ?

here is my output for hello.cgi

Hello world from PERL 5.006
.cgi scripts are mapped to Perl.

Re: Error Running ubb_upgrade.cgi #143123
03/16/01 10:42 PM
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Ensure that you have uploaded all UBB6 files except images in ascii as a binary or Auto mode upload would also cause the Premature end of script headers error.

Re: Error Running ubb_upgrade.cgi #143124
03/17/01 02:57 AM
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You ARE installing UBB6 into the same directory that your UBB5 cgi files are in, aren't you?

Re: Error Running ubb_upgrade.cgi #143125
03/17/01 11:19 PM
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I had the same problem. Every time I tried to run ubb6_test.cgi, hello.pl, hello.cgi, or even ubb_ubgrade.cgi I'd get "command not found". The only way I was able to get this to work is by and '-w' to the perl line.

#!/usr/bin/perl -w

I ended up having to add this to all the cgi files to get ubb to work.

Re: Error Running ubb_upgrade.cgi #143126
03/19/01 05:05 PM
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Ok I am a idiot, I unziped the archive without the -a option, sorry for wasting your time guys.


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