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Environment variables

Perl Diver  Perl Diver

 PerlDiver digs into your web server`s perl installation and lists installed modules, your server`s environment variables, and perl`s config info. Also shows the module`s pod and version information. Easily add your own categories to PerlDiver....

Environment  Environment

 This script simply displays the standard set of environment variables, which are used often. Variables include date, time, host, referer, browser, IP address, document requested, language supported and more....
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ENV Variable Retirver  ENV Variable Retirver

 A simple program to help with installing scripts on new servers, or any server where you are not sure of the correct paths. Env retrieves all variables and displays them in an easy to read table....

CGI Utils  CGI Utils

 CGI Utils is an archive of simple CGI sub routines to help you to create CGI. It contains a sub to display CGI`s environment variables and Perl Path, a sub routine to log users info and a sub routine to check referer and check for unauthorized access....

test-env.cgi  test-env.cgi

 This script allows you to display environmental variables such as remote host, browser, operating system, IP address, server name, server software, server protocol, document root path and more....
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Host ENVIRONMENT  Host ENVIRONMENT

 This script will take a look at your environment variables, location of Perl, location of sendmail, and the location of all installed modules and display them in an easy to read table. You need the FILE::RECURSE module installed....

E-Vars  E-Vars

 Server Side Information displayed in a browser. Know your server. Need to find your path to sendmail? Perl version, all available modules with a link to CPAN, operating system or environmental variables used and returned by your server? This free script will do all that and more. Simply upload, chmod then view all of the above information. Script searches all common sendmail locations looking for matches. Best of all, it`s free!...

Country Determinator  Country Determinator

 This script determines the visitor`s country by remote host extension even if your web provider can`t determinate remote host name and does not allow to use $ENV{`HOST_NAME`} property....
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mojoEnv  mojoEnv

 mojoEnv is a Perl script to display your Server environmental info and installed modules....

Dumpenvs  Dumpenvs

 Dumpenvs.pl is a simple script that gives you a list of server-supported environment variables and their values. This can be useful for debugging purposes....

Remote Host  Remote Host

 Now you can add a cool yet elegant remote host detection agent to your website. Use it on all your pages, with just one script. Requires SSI....

Snoop.cgi  Snoop.cgi

 Snoop.cgi is a little Perl script that receives environmental data from your user and returns that data in html form....

Environment  Environment

 This simple utility allows you to view the environment variables present when a CGI is called on your server....

Where Is Perl?  Where Is Perl?

 Where Is Perl? is a small utiliy to help Perl devlopers by printing out all the available environment variables on the screen....

Absolute Paths script  Absolute Paths script

 This is a useful script if you don`t know the paths on your host. Just install it and run it in your browser. Then it will display the paths....

Envronmental Variables  Envronmental Variables

 This is a simple script to display the environmental variables for the server and client information....

eI (environment Information)  eI (environment Information)

 The category of the script is actually simple: To list environment variables. However this script does more than that: Listing environment variables, describing the function of each variable, listing installed perl modules and showing perl information. This is done in a stylish way using the default colors of the popular UBB software. To install: Modify perl path in the script if necessary; Put the script in cgi-bin directory` CHMOD it to 755; Run it! http://URL/info.cgi....

 

 

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