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From David Arnold <darn...@northcoast.com>
Subject Re: File Save As instead of context/plain
Date Sat, 24 Jul 2004 20:20:41 GMT
Randy,

Changing the filename to junk.cgi worked.

I definitely think that filenames *.pl are associated with something or
other on my Windows 95 machine, because a little yellow ball occurs next to
the filename in the explorer. But when I view filetypes in My Computer, I
cannot find that little yellow ball.

Does anyone know how I can search out this file association on Windows 95?

 At 03:06 PM 7/24/04 -0500, Randy Kobes wrote:
>On Sat, 24 Jul 2004, David Arnold wrote:
>
>> All,
>>
>> I am battling the strangest behavior. I have been battling this off and on
>> every since I began experimenting with mod perl. I am currently working
with:
>>
>> [Sat Jul 24 12:42:34 2004] [notice] SIGUSR1 received.  Doing graceful
restart
>> [Sat Jul 24 12:42:34 2004] [notice] Apache/1.3.31 (Unix) mod_perl/1.29
>> configured -- resuming normal operations
>[ ... ]
>> Now, I close my browser. Reopen my browser. Type in the URL:
>> scinux.redwoods.edu/online_testing/perl/junk.pl
>>
>> I now get the File Download dialog box asking if I want to "Open the file
>> from its current location" or "Save this file to disk."
>>
>> This is reproducible every time. I am working on Windows 95 and using IE
5.5.
>>
>> Does anybody have any suggestions?
>
>Do you have, within Windows, a file association set with
>a file extension '.pl'? If so, try removing it and see
>if that helps. Alternatively, try renaming the file on
>your server with an extension Windows doesn't know
>(eg, .plx), and see if the problem persists.
>
>-- 
>best regards,
>randy kobes
>
>

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