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From "J.Lance Wilkinson" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Two OS's, two HTTPDs, two different handlings of Mime Type?
Date Wed, 22 Aug 2012 13:02:40 GMT
Eric Covener wrote:
>> I'll note I even put in the following, to no avail:
>>     <FilesMatch "^/(.*).ram$">
>>        ForceType audio/x-pn-realaudio
>>     </FilesMatch>
> I wonder if on the 2nd system the files are not really served by the
> "default handler" and somehow end up pumped through e.g. PHP?

	On both systems, the files in question are only accessible thru
	a specific handler, the Adobe CQ Dispatcher.  The fact we're getting
	anything (in fact the 53 bytes of text we're seeing in the text/html or
	text/plain [we tried dropping the DefaultType directive for a while]
	are showing exactly the expected contents OF that 53-byte .ram file)
	confirms that handler is being accessed to secure the content).

	The handler involved IS a single point upgrade on Linux (v4.0.9) from
	its Solaris counterpart (v4.0.8).   So we're considering backpedalling
	that if possible on the odd chance there's a difference in Content-Type
	coming out of that handler.

J.Lance Wilkinson ("Lance")		InterNet:
Systems Design Specialist - Lead	Phone: (814) 865-4870
Digital Library Technologies		FAX:   (814) 863-3560
E3 Paterno Library
Penn State University
University Park, PA 16802

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