i tend to get this error when the page being called doesn't exist.
check the link and the file name
"Phil Driscoll" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> On Thursday 09 August 2001 09:46, karthik wrote:
> > Hi,
> > In install.txt there seems to be settings on how to install under
> > web servers.
> Well what about this bit:
> You have installed PHP, but when try to access a php script file via
> browser, you get the error:
> cgi error:
> The specified CGI application misbehaved by not returning a complete
> HTTP headers. The headers it did return are:
> This error message means that php failed to output anything at all.
> From the command line hange to the directory containing php.exe. Run
> php.exe -i
> If php has any problems running, then a suitable
> error message will be displayed which will give you a clue as to what
> needs to
> be done next. If you get a screen full of html codes (the output of the
> phpinfo() function) then php is working ok.
> Once php is working at the command line, try accessing the php script
> the browser again.
> If it still fails then it could be one of the following:
> file permissions on your php script, php.exe, php4ts.dll, php.ini or
> extensions you are trying to load are such that the anonymous internet
> ISUR_<machinename> cannot access them.
> The script file does not exist (or possibly isn't where you think it is
> relative to your web root directory). Note that for IIS you can trap
> error by ticking
> the 'check file exists' box when setting up the script mappings in the
> Internet Services
> Manager. If a script file does not exist then the server will return a
> error instead.
> There is also the additional benefit that IIS will do any
> required for you
> based on the NTLanMan permissions on your script file.
> Phil Driscoll
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