I'm trying to popen a cgi script that was designed to be open via a SSI
include, but cannot because of passing variable restrictions.

I'm popening a cgi script and it is returning a process pointer regardless
of whether the string passed to it points to anything.
Is this the expected response?

$p = popen( "/web/guide/myfiles/bannerzzzzz.cgi","r" );

this returns a process pointer even though bannerzzzzz.cgi doesn't exist

I then need to read the results of the cgi script and dump them to the
screen like so;

while (!feof ($p)) {
    $buffer = fgets($p, 4096);
    echo $buffer;
pclose ($p);

but this is not functioning, does anyone have any ideas?


Tom Hodder

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