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While iwconfig prints the RTS threshold anyway, iw prints it only when the RTS mechanism is enabled. In order to read the value the command is iw phy phy0 info | grep RTS which outputs no lines if RTS is off or something like RTS threshold: <number> if it's enabled.
This took a while to route out but I think what you're asking is as follows. In the output of iwconfig: $ sudo iwconfig wlp3s0 IEEE 802.11bgn ESSID:"none_of_your_business_1" Mode:Managed Frequency:2.437 GHz Access Point: 00:22:3F:03:5C:67 Bit Rate=54 Mb/s Tx-Power=14 dBm Retry long limit:7 RTS thr:off ...
The (embarrassing) answer is that I had been using CAT the create the file and pressing Control-Z to finish. Control-Z only pushes the CAT job into the background, so the CAT still had the file open. Using the Control-D keystroke to finish CATing into the file correctly closes the file and gets rid of the "Text File Busy" error.
First of all I'm guessing that filesystem /www is mapped to http://servername/ root, which means that folder /www/cgi-bin/ maps to http://servername/cgi-bin/ and thus you should be hunting for http://servername/cgi-bin/first.cgi instead. It also might be that the http server process cannot read, even if you can. The file mode should be 555 (r-xr-xr-x) or ...
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