HOME: getEnv: does not exist

Niklas Broberg niklas.broberg at gmail.com
Mon Apr 18 08:24:50 EDT 2005

Hi all,

when I try to use runghc to execute cgi scripts in apache (on redhat
linux), they all fail with with the message "HOME: getEnv: does not
exist". I assume this means that GHC is trying to find the HOME dir of
the user for some reason, and fails since apache runs as nobody. Could
someone shed some light on this matter for me?

main = do putStrLn "Content-type: application/xhtml"
          putStrLn "Content-length: 5\n"
          putStrLn "Hello"



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