I'm going to point the finger at Randal Schwartz
We're referring to the same thing. But I see you only follow him
halfway :-) For example, this article
is accompanied by a separate listing
But I don't currently have an ISP that allows CGI scripts, so that's not possible.
out and try to contact the administrator and see if you can get an account on the server and put your application sample online.
Adding information about your environment is very good so we might have something to blame on in case something goes unexpected :-)
Open source softwares? Share and enjoy. Make profit from them if you can. Yet, share and enjoy!
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