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I recently upgraded one of my servers from fully-patched RedHat 7.3 to Fedora Core 1 (also with all of the necessary updates). The web server, which had been running Apache 1.3.27 without any problems, was updated to 2.0.48. I'm now having problems with displaying text files (example: http://www.malibyte.net/iptables/scr...ables-generic, which had previously displayed correctly, with newlines where they should be) and image files, such as JPEGs, alone (they display OK if they're referenced in an HTML document...example: http://www.malibyte.net/Supra/85supra.html (which displays the images OK) and http://www.malibyte.net/Supra/85-lr-med.jpg, which is an image file alone - displays as ASCII characters only). The configuration file has been gone over thoroughly and compared to others; no answers found. Anyone have a fix for this? Thanks.
Interestingly, I had to use a Windoze machine this afternoon...I hit my site with Internet Exploiter, and the images rendered just fine. Tried it again with Mozilla 1.5, Firefox 0.8, and Konqueror 3.1.0 under Linux - no joy. There were no problems with *any* browsers before the upgrade from 1.3.27.
Wonder why M$'s browser renders the images correctly and the Linux browsers don't??