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The issue is now at the system level for the box you are testing from.
Quicktime is configured to handle files of the mimetype you have listed.
Since it is going to try and play the file no matter what you do (unless
you remove it from the system) you will need to right-click and save the
Besides, the AddType line you did makes _sure_ the browser knows it is a
On Thu, 2007-04-05 at 02:02 -0400, Terry Bailey wrote:
> I have added the following into the httpd.conf file.
> Alias /ipod /cygdrive/d/brenda
> <Directory /cygdrive/d/brenda>
> AddType application/octet-stream .mp3 .m4a .m4v .mov
> But when I click on a link that is one of the file names in "brenda,"
> Quicktime still comes up. I want to just download a file as you
> would an .exe file. I even tried
> <Directory /ipod>
> but that did not work.
> Any help would be appreciated.
> Terry Bailey
> Ale mailing list
> Ale at ale.org
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