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From "William C (Bill) Jones" <wcjo...@fccj.edu>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Gzip compression.
Date Mon, 07 Oct 2002 18:51:15 GMT
On 10/7/02 2:38 PM, "Anders Widman" <andewid@tnonline.net> wrote:

>>>> 
>>>>  How  can  I  make  apache  send  the  appropriate headers for sending
>>>>  gzipped   html-files   so   the   webbrowsers  display the contents
>>>>  instead of asking the users to download it as a binary file?
> 
> 
>>> Set -
> 
>>> DefaultType application/octet-stream
>>> Instead of text/plain
> 
>> I  do not still get it to work.... hm.. There is something I miss, but
>> what?
> 
> Look at http://moment22.mine.nu/photography.html.gz
> This  is  the file I want to be displayed as html, not downloaded as a
> binary file.


There is a Apache mod for Gzipped files - you may want to research this
further at 

http://www.apachetoolbox.com/

Specifically at:

http://www.remotecommunications.com/apache/mod_gzip/

Cheers!
-Bill-  :]
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