Jason, thanks alot!

Should this be documented somewhere, anyone?

Regards, Johan

> Your problem has to do with the combination of your suexec-like 
> cgi-wrapper and the
> detection algorythem implied in php. CGI mode of php detects your 
> webserver by looking at 
> various environment rules (eg. SERVER_SOFTWARE). When you a cgi 
> is executed by
> the webserver (ex. wrapper.cgi), PATH_TRANSLATED and/or 
> set by the webserver to point to the script you just executed, 
> which is wrapper.cgi. PHP sees this
> and then decides to execute wrapper.cgi. All you need to do to 
> fix your problem is set 
> PATH_TRANSLATED to the name of the script you want to run. 

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