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[vox-tech] Apache error


I am getting a weird error from Apache and I cannot figure out why I cannot
reach a certain page.
 When I try to access this page I get the following error instead of my

Internal Server Error
The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable
to complete your request.

This is the output from the Apache error.log

[Tue Apr 23 16:25:09 2002] [error] (13)Permission denied: exec of 
/var/www/html/iprs_tmp/nobody_23-Apr-2002_7042/merged.htm failed
[Tue Apr 23 16:25:09 2002] [error] [client] Premature end of 
script headers: /var/www/html/iprs_tmp/nobody_23-Apr-2002_7042/merged.htm

iprs_tmp points to "/usr/local/iprscan/tmp" 
I know that iprs_tmp directory is public and has permisions to execute CGI's
and FollowSymLinks.  "tmp"  is also public.
The "merged.htm" is actually a symlink to a subdir where the real merged.htm
page resides.

Everything in the servers works fine but this page that displays the "Final
Result" of a search Arggggggg!! So close yet so far.

Does anybody know what is error 13 and where can I start looking in order to
fix it.

As Always Thanks a Lot Guys.


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