[RndTbl] File transfer question

Mike Pfaiffer high.res.mike at gmail.com
Fri Dec 15 19:19:33 CST 2006

Trevor Cordes wrote:
> On 15 Dec, Mike Pfaiffer wrote:
>> 	I'd like to add a bit of a bonus. I'd like to show how to transfer 
>> files from an HTML document. When I had set up Apache on a Linux box, it 
>> worked. On the Mac, I can transfer files with an ftp client and fuse so 
> When you do your test xfer with a ftp client, do you enter in a name/pw
> or just login as anon?


>> I know that part works. It seems I am denied access when trying to 
>> transfer through HTTP. I changed the http:// tag to ftp:// and it 
> That statement doesn't make sense.  Do you mean you are denied access
> when trying to transfer through FTP in a web browser?

	I should be more precise. I can access the web pages fine. The file 
transfer part is another story.

> If your manual ftp client (ncftp is best, IMHO) connects as anon, and
> you check that your path to the file is correct, then it should all work
> as exepected.

	I'll check it out with an anonymous ftp connection. The paths are 
correct. Otherwise I wouldn't get the access denied errors.

> To help narrow things down, maybe disable your web proxy cache in the
> browser temporarily.

	It's not enabled.

	Lots to try. :-)


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