I’m having a bit of an issue with CGI on my server, and I’m fairly certain it’s an issue regarding the .htaccess for the directory.
I use a piece of software called Inspiration Pad Pro 3 which is pretty much a program that generates custom tables that people typically use for roleplaying games.
They’ve released executables meant to be run on servers as CGI scripts. As part of the setup, I am told to include this into the .htaccess:
Action application/x-httpd-ipad ipad3cgi
AddType application/x-httpd-ipad ipt
The purpose for this is so that the *.ipt files are executed by ipad3cgi, which runs the table and dumps out html. (I have run the executable in the console and it outputs just fine.)
However, when I try to access an *.ipt file, I get this error:
Your browser sent a request that this server could not understand.[/quote]
You can see it for yourself by clicking here.
Any advice as to what I am doing wrong?