Simple CGI and Apache examples on Ubuntu Linux

Posted by LinuxCareer on Jan 15, 2013 10:11 PM EDT
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CGI ( Common Gateway Interface ) is an interface between Web client and the web server that runs your CGI script/program. CGI is a quite old and was largely superseded by different programing languages such as PHP, etc. However, it still can find its place in Linux system administrator's hands as a quick tool for system monitoring and administration via web browser. This article describes in step-by-step manner how to run basic CGI scripts with various programming languages and scripts using Apache web server on Ubuntu Linux.

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