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From "Jay W. Reffner" <reff...@findlay.edu>
Subject Re: Apache 2.0 Proxy & Windows Update
Date Thu, 23 Jan 2003 12:52:34 GMT
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Thank you for the response. &nbsp;I'll try a nightly build and see how that goes.<br>
William A. Rowe, Jr. wrote:<br>
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  <pre wrap="">This isn't too surprizing... a patch was just committed (after .44) to
2.0.45-dev tree that will prevent us from removing the content-length.

Although we use either connection: close or chunked responses, it seems
many Windows 'client' apps including Adobe's Acrobat+IE absolutely barf
when they don't see a content-length (even though it's optional) in conjunction
with byteranges.  Since all windows download/updates tools use byteranges
to skip through and resume transmisssions, there is a pretty good chance
this will be licked in 2.0.45.


At 06:35 PM 1/22/2003, Jay W. Reffner wrote:
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    <pre wrap="">I'm not a developer but am in desperate need of some help for the Apache
2.0 proxy mod.  I've been running it on 2.0.43 (and just tried 2.0.44 with the same result)
and I keep getting errors when my users try to access <a class="moz-txt-link-freetext"
.  It says and error has occured and won't let you update your computer.  I installed the
Apache 1.3 on the same box with the same options and it works just fine so it's isolated to
2.0.  Does anyone have any suggestions or help?  I would really appreciate any assistance.

Jay W. Reffner
Network Systems Manager
The University of Findlay

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