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Support: Mac Servers

Fixing the binary execution problem for Macintosh web servers:

The problem is explained here. If you have this problem, follow these instructions to fix it for Macintosh web servers (WebSTAR and Quid Pro Quo).




If you accidentally changed the global default MIME type and would like to change it back to the way it should be, then do this:

  1. Open the WebSTAR Admin application.
  2. Choose "Misc. Settings" from the configure menu.
  3. Change the "Default MIME" entry to read "text/html".

If you changed the Default MIME entry on purpose, then read on.




If you accidentally changed the MIME type for all .acgis and would like to change it back, do this:

  1. Open the WebSTAR Admin application.
  2. Choose "Suffix Mapping" from the Configure menu.
  3. Click on the line showing "ACGI" as the action.
  4. Press "Edit".
  5. Change the "MIME Type" entry to read "text/html".
  6. Press "Replace", then "Update".




If you purposely changed the default MIME type in either of the above ways, or if either of the above fails to fix it, you can add a special entry for FlashStats like this:

  1. Open the WebSTAR Admin application.
  2. Choose "Suffix Mapping" from the Configure menu.
  3. Choose "ACGI" from the Action popup menu.
  4. Type ".ACGI" as the File Suffix.
  5. Type "APPL" as the File Type.
  6. Type "FStz" as the Creator.
  7. Type "text/html" as the MIME Type.
  8. Press "Add", then press the up arrow until this new line appears ABOVE the previously existing ACGI line.
  9. Press "Update".




For more background information, you may want to read the WebSTAR Technical Reference (somewhere around page 47) for more details about suffix mapping and default MIME types.


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