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Old 3-2-16, 07:27 PM   #1
gustavo woltman
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Explain this to me please.

I set up an account for someone to use as there directory. Explain this path to me please. Explain this path to me

/www/t/thejump/htdocs/seafood

seafood is the directory that his stuff is in. understand
htdocs is the stuff that all html is ultimately in. understand
thejump mywebsite name think i understand setup by powweb
t why the t?
www why the www?

Can you use relative paths when you refrence a cgi like this below?
<!--#exec cgi="../../cgi-bin/seafood/cc_log.pl"-->

tried absolute and I get errors tried absolute like this
/www/t/thejump/htdocs/seafood/cc_log.pl

and this

/www/cgi-bin/seafood/cc_log.pl

but the script still doesn't work. Of course there could be other errors that are causing this to not work.
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Old 3-2-16, 09:18 PM   #2
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<!--#exec cgi="../../cgi-bin/seafood/cc_log.pl"-->
The cgi-bin directory is in the htdocs directory. So a relative path from the seafood directory would be ../cgi-bin/
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