cgi-bin in remote ftp

Discussion in 'Install/Configuration' started by LinuxMWB, Nov 13, 2004.

  1. LinuxMWB

    LinuxMWB New Member

    How can I 'map' the cgi-bin to show up, and be edited remotely? I've it 'hidden' away, and when i fire my ftp program all i see is the document root. Which is exactly correct, however i do need access to that directory from the outside, and logged in of course. I've anon ftp disabled.

    Thanks,
    Mike
  2. mistwang

    mistwang LiteSpeed Staff

    Mike,

    You can either change the ftp directory to include both document root and cgi-bin directory, or just move cgi-bin/ directory under document root, for LiteSpeed, it will not be a security problem as long as you configure cgi-bin/ directory as a CGI context, files under it will not be served as static file no matter what :wink: .

    George
  3. LinuxMWB

    LinuxMWB New Member

    Thanks a ton. I figured it would be a simple thing for you guys. I truley appreciate your help.
    LinuxMWB

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