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  Subject: Double Installation
  Posted: 04/29/2004 at 3:45:16 am
  By: ianclarke

Is it possible to run a double installation? i.e. abc_bizmail.cgi for www.abc.com and xyz_bizmail.cgi for www.xyz.com. I've tried various combinations (abc_bizmail.cgi & xyz_bixmail.cgi in the same folder and in different folders) but without success. Has anyone achieved this or do I need to set up a new hosting account for my second site?



  Subject: Re: Double Installation
  Posted: 04/29/2004 at 7:01:11 am
  By: Seth Knorr

Yes, but it depends on how your hosting is setup. if xyz.com is just a redirect then you may not be able to post to say: http://www.xyz.com/cgi-bin/xyz_bizmail.cgi RATHER YOU may have to to post it from: http://www.www.abc.com/abc_bizmail.cgi

Either way should work however.

Seth



  Subject: Re: Double Installation
  Posted: 04/29/2004 at 7:30:34 am
  By: ianclarke

Thanks for your response Seth.

I have tried all sorts of ways but not managed to get it to work.

The original script is at http://www.etaconsulting.co.uk/cgi-bin/bizmail/bizmail.cgi. If I put that URL into my browser (IE6) I get your copyright and download screen. This script is working.

I have copied bizmail.cgi and renamed it bizmail2.cgi so it is an identical file with a different name but http://www.etaconsulting.co.uk/cgi-bin/bizmail/bizmail2.cgi doesn't find it.

I have set the bizmail2.cgi CHMOD to 755. Is there anything else I should be doing?



  Subject: Re: Double Installation
  Posted: 04/29/2004 at 8:43:57 am
  By: Seth Knorr

1. Yes when you type the script url into the browser it will pull up the copyright information. That is because that is the default GET page. YOU NEED TO POST a form to the script for it to work.

2. Did you upload bizmail2.cgi into the same directory as bizmail.cgi

3. Did you change any of the other file names inside bizmail2.cgi that it needs to access. If yes, have you edited these files and uploaded them accordingly.

Seth



  Subject: Re: Double Installation
  Posted: 04/29/2004 at 8:58:36 am
  By: ianclarke

Hi Seth,

Thanks for your response.

1. I realised I should have got the copyright information and I was expecting to get it on bizmail2.cgi.

2. bizmail2.cgi is in the same directory as bizmail.cgi.

3. I haven't done anything to bizmail2.cgi. It is an exact copy of bizmail.cgi apart from the file name.

4. I'm assuming I shoud get the copyright information if bizmail2.cgi is working OK? When I get that I'll start to modify it for my second installation and upload the appropriate files.

Any thoughts?

Best wishes

Ian



  Subject: Re: Double Installation
  Posted: 04/29/2004 at 9:02:54 am
  By: Seth Knorr

Well your getting an internal server error. Which means that bizmail2.cgi is there, however did you chmod
bizmail2.cgi to 755. Also did you remember the \@ in the email etc...

If still not working after trying this try to take bizmail.cgi and rename it again. and go from there.



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