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This is driving me nuts! I am using Mozilla to upload some files via PHP onto my webserver. On some files like PHP-Nuke-6.8.tar.gz it says that the document contains no data....on konqueror it says the connection was broken.
I checked the php.ini file and it says my max size on file uploads is 10M, which these packages are well under. Other files may upload, things like documents and smaller tar-balled stuff.
Have you tried using the actual size in bytes in the config directives. For example, insted of using 10M in the max_post_size and max_upload_size, use 10485760 as this is the number of bytes in 10MB. Check your memory limit in php.ini as well and use values in bytes and see how well that works.