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Re: Using MIME::Lite

by aseidas (Beadle)
on Jul 15, 2002 at 19:49 UTC ( #181894=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Using MIME::Lite

Removed incorrect post here


kidd, what are the permissions/ownership of the main.jpg file your are trying to attach?

UPDATE:Sorry kidd disregard my post, thanks for the correction chromatic. -Aseidas


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Re: Re: Using MIME::Lite
by chromatic (Archbishop) on Jul 15, 2002 at 19:55 UTC

    Does that actually work? I have a hard time believing the original poster has files called, literally, '$line'.

    To kidd, the reason your program doesn't work is because there's a bug. You need to look in your error logs, run the script from the command line, or use CGI::Carp to display the error message to the browser. Without the information Perl's perfectly willing to give you, it's tremendously difficult to do anything other than guessing what and where the error is.

      When running the script with CGI::Carp I got this error...


      Software error:
      /u619/be/bon/uploads/main.jpg : not readable
        Your CGI script is probably running as a web user with insufficient privileges to read arbitrary files on this system. Contact your system administrator for help in making these files readable to your CGI script. If you have access to these files, consider changing permissions of the files so that they are world-readable. [chmod] 0644 $filename should be sufficient.

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