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Hello, i have a running perl website locally but when i upload files on my free remote hosting service(freegrece.net) and prepare databases etc., when i try to run the perl web site as follows http://tech-nikos.gr/cgi-bin/index.pl i get the error message that you see When login to my cpanel and checking the apache error log i see thw following http://img37.imageshack.us/img37/4416/errorxrg.jpg It says somethign about cannot find a customr error page, but i don't know what to do about it, and although id did sent a report mail to support they dotn help in free accounts.

i like the free remote server, its very qucik and dotn want to change it but somehow i need help of determine why it refuses to work. Maybe nto a perl related question but it holds be back on making my perl web site work so any help would be appreceitable.

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