Pick "application/x-perl" and delete ".pl" suffix so that browser will no
longer assume anything with ".pl" extension is an "application/x-perl."
On Thu, 19 Mar 1998, George D. Nincehelser wrote:
> I've been able to compile SATAN, and the initial html window and
> documentation comes up OK in the Netscape browser, but when I try to
> select a target machine, do a report, or anything that is using PERL,
> the browser propmts me to save the .pl file.
> Thinking I needed to define .pl in the Netscape helper applications
> section, I pointed it to Perl. Now nothing seems to happen.
> Can anyone give me a hint on what might be broken here?