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Uploaded images/pdfs not accessible from browser #3953

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cyberduck opened this issue Nov 25, 2009 · 1 comment
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Uploaded images/pdfs not accessible from browser #3953

cyberduck opened this issue Nov 25, 2009 · 1 comment

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Nov 25, 2009

496cd47 created the issue

For the past week I have had the problem that certain images and/or pdf files I upload do not show up in the browser when viewing either the html or the specific image url.

Example:http://www.u2r1media.com/B4B/site/imgs/bottom_110.png

This image works fine on my computer and when uploaded through another FTP such as FireFTP.

Before trying that I had resaved the image using various names and file types, various locations on my harddrive, etc. Nothing worked.

The same message is given when trying to download a pdf through the specific link. Again, fixed if uploaded through a different client.

I have used Cyberduck for years now..I love it. But I can't use it anymore if it won't upload files correctly.

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Nov 26, 2009

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Yea I think it was a permissions error on the server, but I had never encountered it before, even on the same server, so it was really odd. Either way, sorry to open a ticket for the wrong reasons..

@cyberduck cyberduck closed this Nov 27, 2009
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