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  1. Hi Ya'll,So I tried to get some new modules onto my new USB drive. However, when I clicked the "List available Infusions (aka modules)" link, it took a long timethen I saw "The CGI process did not produce any response". I went into my MarkIV module.php page and saw this code: $remoteModules = getRemoteList(); if(trim($remoteModules[0]) == "") echo "<center><font color=red>".$strings["modules-available-error"]."</font></center>"; else drawRemoteModules($remoteModules); With the getRemoteList() being: function getRemoteList(){ $remoteFile = trim(@file_get_contents("http://cloud.wifipineapple.com/index.php?downloads&moduleList")); $modules = explode("\n", $remoteFile); return $modules; } and drawRemoteModules() being: function drawRemoteModules($modules){ global $strings; echo "<table>"; echo "<tr><th>".$strings["modules-table-name"]."</th><span></span><th>".$strings["modules-table-version"]."</th><th>".$strings["modules-table-author"]."</th><th>".$strings["modules-table-description"]."</th><th>".$strings["modules-table-size"]."</th><th>".$strings["modules-table-action"]."</th></tr>"; foreach($modules as $module){ if($module != ""){ $module = explode("|", $module); echo "<tr><td>$module[0]</td><td>$module[1]</td><td>$module[2]</td><td>$module[3]</td><td>$module[4]K</td><td align=right>".downloadLink($module)."</td></tr>\n"; } } echo "</table>"; } I know that CGI error may come from a timeout or a no ouput returned from the script, but looking at the code I don't see anything that would cause any of those conditions. I'm stumped here, do you guys/gals have any ideas? Is anyone else receiving this error?
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