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SWPP root pages Header Banner Control Panel 1.7

Error:


Script Error

Error:

Can't verify file locking - aborting.

Make sure the following has been observed:

Unix Servers:
  • headerban.cgi is writable by this script
  • If a file locking problem, make sure the directory this script resides in is writable. Note, the directory does not have to be writable for the script to write to files, only for it to create files. File creation is required for proper file locking.
Windows NT systems:
  • headerban.cgi must be writable and accessible by the script
  • banner.cgi must be able to write to files and create files
  • On some NT systems, the variable near the top of banner.cgi must be set. It is currently set as follows:
      $main::headerban_path = "headerban";
    Note that under most systems, "." is fine. This specifies that it is set to the current directory. However, some NT systems require the full server path. Contact your system administrator to find the full path to your cgi-bin directory.
If you still have trouble, contact Banner@linc2u.com and I will attempt to help.

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Expires: Mon, 26 Jul 2001 05:00:00 GMT Pragma: no-cache Cache-Control: no-cache, must-revalidate Content-type: text/html SWPP root pages Header Banner Control Panel 1.7

SWPP root pages Header Banner Control Panel 1.7

Error:


Script Error

Error:

Can't verify file locking - aborting.

Make sure the following has been observed:

Unix Servers:
  • headerban.cgi is writable by this script
  • If a file locking problem, make sure the directory this script resides in is writable. Note, the directory does not have to be writable for the script to write to files, only for it to create files. File creation is required for proper file locking.
Windows NT systems:
  • headerban.cgi must be writable and accessible by the script
  • banner.cgi must be able to write to files and create files
  • On some NT systems, the variable near the top of banner.cgi must be set. It is currently set as follows:
      $main::headerban_path = "headerban";
    Note that under most systems, "." is fine. This specifies that it is set to the current directory. However, some NT systems require the full server path. Contact your system administrator to find the full path to your cgi-bin directory.
If you still have trouble, contact Banner@linc2u.com and I will attempt to help.

Software

Main Menu | Add Banners. Log Out
2000 Software

Header Banner root pages - ACTIVE
Right Column Banner root pages
Sponsor Banner root pages

Expires: Mon, 26 Jul 2001 05:00:00 GMT Pragma: no-cache Cache-Control: no-cache, must-revalidate Content-type: text/html SWPP root pages Header Banner Control Panel 1.7

SWPP root pages Header Banner Control Panel 1.7

Error:


Script Error

Error:

Can't clean lock file - aborting.

Make sure the following has been observed:

Unix Servers:
  • headerban.cgi is writable by this script
  • If a file locking problem, make sure the directory this script resides in is writable. Note, the directory does not have to be writable for the script to write to files, only for it to create files. File creation is required for proper file locking.
Windows NT systems:
  • headerban.cgi must be writable and accessible by the script
  • banner.cgi must be able to write to files and create files
  • On some NT systems, the variable near the top of banner.cgi must be set. It is currently set as follows:
      $main::headerban_path = "headerban";
    Note that under most systems, "." is fine. This specifies that it is set to the current directory. However, some NT systems require the full server path. Contact your system administrator to find the full path to your cgi-bin directory.
If you still have trouble, contact Banner@linc2u.com and I will attempt to help.

Software

Main Menu | Add Banners. Log Out
2000 Software

Header Banner root pages - ACTIVE
Right Column Banner root pages
Sponsor Banner root pages

Expires: Mon, 26 Jul 2001 05:00:00 GMT Pragma: no-cache Cache-Control: no-cache, must-revalidate Content-type: text/html SWPP root pages Header Banner Control Panel 1.7

SWPP root pages Header Banner Control Panel 1.7

Error:


Script Error

Error:

Can't verify lock file for cleanup - aborting.

Make sure the following has been observed:

Unix Servers:
  • headerban.cgi is writable by this script
  • If a file locking problem, make sure the directory this script resides in is writable. Note, the directory does not have to be writable for the script to write to files, only for it to create files. File creation is required for proper file locking.
Windows NT systems:
  • headerban.cgi must be writable and accessible by the script
  • banner.cgi must be able to write to files and create files
  • On some NT systems, the variable near the top of banner.cgi must be set. It is currently set as follows:
      $main::headerban_path = "headerban";
    Note that under most systems, "." is fine. This specifies that it is set to the current directory. However, some NT systems require the full server path. Contact your system administrator to find the full path to your cgi-bin directory.
If you still have trouble, contact Banner@linc2u.com and I will attempt to help.

Software

Main Menu | Add Banners. Log Out
2000 Software

Header Banner root pages - ACTIVE
Right Column Banner root pages
Sponsor Banner root pages


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