[RADIATOR] webserver serving tgz files as text/html
hvn at open.com.au
Mon Jul 2 08:10:11 CDT 2012
On 07/02/2012 11:09 AM, Alexander Hartmaier wrote:
> I experience that problem since years and finally took the time to look
> into it.
> Radiator-4.10.tgz and patches-4.10.tar.gz are both served with an
> incorrect Content-Type which leads to Firefox saving the file
> decompressed due to the set Content-Encoding: gzip.
> Radiator-4.10.tgz is served as text/html, patches-4.10.tar.gz as text/plain.
> It seems the mime types for both extensions is missing or configured wrong.
Thanks, it looks like the types could use checking. It seems to behave
differently between browsers too, with some saving the file as .tar.gz
and others doing something else.
This will be looked at later this week.
Heikki Vatiainen <hvn at open.com.au>
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