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The code posted below is just me trying to get something to work, it is giving an internal server error.

That's because it doesn't compile:

$ perl -cw Status: 500 Content-type: text/html <h1>Software error:</h1> <pre>syntax error at line 16, near &quot;'&lt;h1&gt;Woohoo +oo!&lt;/h1&gt;':&quot; had compilation errors. </pre> <p> For help, please send mail to this site's webmaster, giving this error + message and the time and date of the error. </p> [Tue Jan 28 12:12:01 2020] syntax error at li +ne 16, near "'<h1>Woohoooo!</h1>':" [Tue Jan 28 12:12:01 2020] had compilation er +rors.

If you fix your punctuation you might have better luck.

In reply to Re: Perl FCGI Error: mod_fcgid: error reading data from FastCGI server by hippo
in thread Perl FCGI Error: mod_fcgid: error reading data from FastCGI server by knox

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