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Re: [tdf-mirrors] Problem with the way the Supportex mirror handles download requests -- man-files instead of msi-files


Hello,

Thanx for information. The problem is the wrong content-type header.
At this time I fixed the problem by setting a content-type header to application/x-msdownload for the msi files.
But so far no clear view of what causes the sending of wrong header.
Tests have shown that the problem only occurs in RH distros. I still investigating the issue.

On 14.02.2012 18:36, Spiff wrote:
There seems to be a problem with the way the Supportex mirror handles the
LibreOffice 3.5.0 and helppack download requests.
Not the msi-files are offered, but man-files.

http://mirrors.supportex.net/tdf/libreoffice/stable/3.5.0/win/x86/LibO_3.5.0_Win_x86_install_multi.msi
offers LibO_3.5.0_Win_x86_install_multi.man

http://mirrors.supportex.net/tdf/libreoffice/stable/3.5.0/win/x86/LibO_3.5.0_Win_x86_helppack_nl.msi
offers LibO_3.5.0_Win_x86_helppack_nl.man

Other mirrors than the Supportex mirror work just fine.


Best regards,
Spiff



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