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 Why do I get "Error 500 - Internal Server Error"?
Solution The most common reasons are:

You uploaded the script in binary mode. CGI scripts must be uploaded in ASCII mode, so delete the script and re-upload it in the correct mode.

The script permissions are not set correctly. Usually CGI scripts are set to 755, but check the documentation that came with your particular script


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Article ID: 48
Created On: 17 Feb 2007 02:09 PM

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