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There are actually two mechanisms set up in Ubuntu for performing administrative tasks. sudo is one of them, and it and its graphical frontends (like gksu and gksudo) are not going to work until you fix the permissions problem. The other mechanism is PolicyKit. Depending on exactly what you have done to your file permissions, it's likely that you can still ...


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Firstly, I would not run CGI from your /home/ directory. Permissions are not set up for that, for web servers, and can lead to some headaches at times, both with permissions configurations and other issues. Secondly, I would suggest *creating a dedicated directory within /var/www/ (such as cgi-bin) where your CGI scripts get put, and use that in the Apache ...



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