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  • Plugin Author Stefano Lissa


    A CGI need to be executed, so you absolutely need an iframe… of you should include a PHP which does something like:

    echo file_get_content("http://path to cgi")

    Bye, Stefano.

    Thanks! So I made a tiny PHP wrapper to my CGI script, and includeme-ing that.

    Now to figure out why the php conflicts with mod_pagespeed… Weirdly, exec(“who”) was fine, but exec(“my script”) gets a whole complicated wrapper and a redirect in Javacript. (No rest for the weary.)

    Thanks again!

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