That sure sounds like a permissions issue to me.
in reply to Re: Re: HTTP Headers returned from CGI...
in thread HTTP Headers returned from CGI...
Check the ownership and permissions of the CGI you're trying to reach. Then check the ownership of the script.
I'll bet one or both of the following is going on:
a) the ownership of the script is different from that of the CGI.
b) their groups are the same, but the CGI's group permissions are set to r--, where they should be r-x.
After re-reading that, I'm not sure that I've made it totally clear. Feel free to message me if you'd like further explanation.