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Re: lynx-dev TRST & lynxcgi

From: Philip Webb
Subject: Re: lynx-dev TRST & lynxcgi
Date: Mon, 8 Nov 1999 17:32:28 -0500 (EST)

991108 Klaus Weide responded to Philip Webb:
>> thanx for trying, but after struggling to get Lynx to find the script,
>> it appears to do nothing: there's a brief message `getting xhtml ... ',
>> then another `getting html ... ', 
> Either you are reporting them wrong or you have other strange things
> in your configuration.  Why would Lynx say something about "xhtml"?

you tell me ...

>> yes, i did  setenv xhttp proxy 
>                          ^ underscore?

yes: i set  setenv xhttp_proxy dummy .
> Run the by hand, as follows:
> set an environment variable QUERY_STRING to contain the URL
> That should be `setenv QUERY_STRING http://...' for you. Run it.
> You should see the HTML source fixed up by the sed in the script

what i get is:

sed: command garbled: \

so before i follow the steps below, have you any comment here?
> (2) make the script just contain the 2 lines
>   #! /bin/sh
>   lynx -mime_header "$QUERY_STRING"
> (3) what does -trace say?
if the problem is the sed script, -trace probably is irrelevant.

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