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Old 04-05-2002, 02:48 AM   #1
saravanan1979
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File upload in binary mode via HTTP


Hi
Hope u remember me we got in touch through the site Linuxquestions.org.U helped me to find out the log files in the Linux server.
I need one small little help from u.I am working as PHP developer in India.I am running into a problem.When i upload a file through the HTTP protocol
into my server(with the aid of a PHP server) the upload takes place in ANSI mode rather than in binary mode.During FTP i am able to transfer the file in binary mode with aid of FTP pro but i HTTP it is creating me a problem.
Can u tell me what setting i need to carry out in my Linux machine(Red hat 6.2) to make this transfer possible.Or is it i need to change the Apche configuration files

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Saravanan
 
  


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