I've been trying to figure this out for two days, and I'm at a complete loss....
I'm brand new to perl, and I'm just trying to get a very basic "hello world" script to run.
the file itself is in /var/www/html.
file name: test.pl
I've set the permission on EVERYTHING to 777, (just to try and get this working....)
The script is owned by the ftp user
it works via prompt:
(Prints out "hello World")
print "content-type: text/html \n\n";
print "Hello, Perl!";
This is hosted on an aws ec2 instance, and for some reason it won't let me access the error log as "ec2-user", it says I don't have permissions to httpd directory in "/var/log", so I can't check the error logs.
Also, cant access them from /etc/httpd/logs
Here's link to my httpd.conf file on the ec2 server (in it's entirety..sorry):
Any help would be greatly appreciated.