DMG compatibilty with browsers
briany at qldlearning.com
Fri Dec 3 00:17:41 CST 2004
> Is this due to a setting on the server? Or something about that
> particular file itself? Or what?
It's probably a server setting issue- just as your browser is set to
act on certain MIME types, web servers are setup to _send_ MIME types
based on file extensions. Most likely the webserver doesn't recognize
".dmg" and is sending the default- either text/html or text/plain. It's
an easy 1-line config change for most web servers, but of course the
common problem would be having access to those settings at all.
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