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Topic: PDF display problem with OSX Server/Apache (Via Email)
Conf: (P-PDF) Mac Issues, Msg: 132210
From: drusso
Date: 5/5/2005 02:22 AM

We've never solved the problem of PDF files not opening correctly that
are installed on OSX 10.2/Jaguar using Apache via iTools. I think the
problem is in WINDOWS machines somehow, when the PDF file is requested.
MAC's have no display problems.

We've had to move sites to Windows servers(Non-Apache) to get access to
the files again.

Anybody figured out what the problem is and how to fix it? Or at least
someplace that has some info on this problem? Does the problem seem to
exist on Panther also?
We're running Apache v2.0.49 and iTools v7.3..

I'm still stumped as to whether it's an Apache problem or OSX related
We have the following MIME types configured in APACHE

Any ideas?

Dave Russo
CAT2 Online Internet Services LLC
PO Box 21782
St. Louis, MO 63109-0782

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