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SubjectRe: kernel mirrors behavior changed
HPA> Actually, this is your web browser doing it; the different behaviour
HPA> is probably due to different versions of Apache. This is a misfeature
HPA> in some versions of Netscape.

It's probably the MIME type. text/plain vs application/octet-stram vs
others. The type comes from the web server for http transfers. For FTP,
things are stange when downloaded with a browser. If you use a
http-style proxy/cache then the proxy adds the mime type (to the best of
its knowledge). For direct connections, it's fully up to the browser to

Also, the encondig header may have influence for http transfers.

Meelis Roos (

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