Author: Alexander Barkov
Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Message:
> 
> The page is still empty. The actual code is: 
>  
> > > !DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 
>Transitional//EN">; 
> > > <HTML><HEAD> 
> > > <META http-equiv=Content-Type content="text/html; 
>charset=windows-1252"></HEAD> 
> 
> > So there is no error message. When I go to the search.cgi dir and call 
>search.cgi via ssh I still receive a quite good looking HTML-Code on the stdout... 
> 
> Hmm. I'm beginning to wonder: could it be that charset tag? What 
> OS and browser are you using to look at the page with? 
> 
> Try this:
> 1. Copy/paste the html from ssh onto a static page on the same 
>    server. Access that page with your browser. What do you see? 
> 2. Remove the charset tag from the static page. Try again. What 
>    do you see? 

Charset definition should not be a problem. It is widely used
by languages which have characters with their codes in the range 
128-255.



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