Re: SV: Re: [webalizer] Webalizer won't work after server migration
> Well, I know that part. But as I wrote before, runningWhich is what you should fix.. either it's not marked as an executable or
> the line as it should be, i.e.
> "cd /home/users/web/b18/domainname/htdocs/stat/;
> results in "permission denied".
you don't have permissions to run it.
> Is there a way to work around this?Fix the cause of the 'permission denied' error.
> Can I call it from a PERL script?Yes.. either from the command line, such as "perl -e 'exec webalizer'"
or with an 'exec' command within a perl script.
Doubt it will do much good though.. if you are getting a permission denied
error from the command line, you will get the same error trying to execute
it from perl.
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