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Re: Premature End of Script Headers

by jkahn (Friar)
on Apr 30, 2003 at 03:39 UTC ( #254171=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Premature End of Script Headers

well, when I run it, the two $rr tokens that come back from the $query->answer call are both of type CNAME, not NS. So nothing comes out of the script except the header, since you never hit another print statement.

DB<1> c 21 DB<2> x $query->answer() 0 Net::DNS::RR::CNAME=HASH(0x8755fc8) 'class' => 'IN' 'cname' => '' 'name' => '' 'rdata' => "\cBrcÀ\cW" 'rdlength' => 5 'ttl' => 1759 'type' => 'CNAME' 1 Net::DNS::RR::CNAME=HASH(0x8755f98) 'class' => 'IN' 'cname' => '' 'name' => '' 'rdata' => "\cBrc\cEyahoo\cFakadns\cCnet\c@" 'rdlength' => 21 'ttl' => 1759 'type' => 'CNAME'

But I'm just running it from the commandline; haven't tested it in CGI environment proper.

Update: hv is right, the shebang line is funky too. I was running it with explicit call to perl from within emacs, so I didn't notice.

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