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Not able to install bugzilla on Solaris

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I was installing bugzilla on Solaris machine and getting below error

./testserver.pl http://localhost
TEST-OK Webserver is running under group id in $webservergroup.
TEST-OK Got padlock picture.
TEST-FAILED Webserver is fetching rather than executing CGI files.
Check the AddHandler statement in your httpd.conf file.

I checked httpd.conf and I have added AddHandler cgi-script .cgi in this file. But not able to get through. Could you help me please.

posted Feb 10, 2015 by anonymous

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Did you try to add that statement directly to your directory if you are doing so?

By default your DocumentRoot shouldn't be the Bugzilla directory itself, may be in your case maybe something like /scratch/bugzilla/ApacheHttpServer/htdocs, which Bugzilla being a child of this directory.

answer Feb 10, 2015 by Majula Joshi
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