[FASTCGI] Missing env variable using cgi-fcgi standalone

Danny Kimsey dekimsey at ufl.edu
Sat Jan 17 12:59:41 EST 2009


We wrapped it in a bash script to test it, I'll check but I'm
uncertain as of yet what the problem is.

On Mon, Jan 12, 2009 at 7:28 PM, Simon <simon at optinet.com> wrote:
>
> Is your script behind a wrapper? If so, make sure the wrapper isn't
> filtering the
> ENV out. Apache's default suexec does this, although REMOTE_USER
> should not be filtered by default.
>
> Also check your log to make sure when you are accessing the script the
> user is logged, otherwise your authentication is misconfigured.
>
> -Simon
>
> On Mon, 12 Jan 2009 17:45:50 -0500, Danny Kimsey wrote:
>
>>I am testing the my application using cgi-fcgi as a standalone, and
>>although the application runs some enviromental variables are missing
>>in the context of the application.
>>Specifically, REMOTE_USER, which comes from Apache's Auth*
>>configuration. Any ideas what might be causing this? (The application
>>itself is perl)
>>
>>
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>>Danny.
>>
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