>>>>> "benh" == benh  <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

benh> started with test.cgi:
benh> #!/usr/bin/perl
benh> use base CGI::Prototype;
benh> main->activate;

benh> that throws the header error...
benh> so I looked the error up on apache.org
benh> 
(http://httpd.apache.org/docs/1.3/misc/FAQ-F.html#premature-script-headers)
benh> Thinking that it's an apache issue.

Whenever you get an error like that, you need to look at the
error log.  What does the error log say?

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