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Bug#59322: marked as done (i386 'linux' kernel file has content type 'text/plain')

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Subject: i386 'linux' kernel file has content type 'text/plain'
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Package: www.debian.org
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When I try to download 
in Netscape, it downloads as ASCII and adds a .htm suffix.

I suspected that Netscape might by the problem, so I
downloaded Lynx.  As Lynx downloaded the file, it stated
'content type: text/plain'.  Then I realised that that
was the problem.

I suggest configuring your server software to recognize
this 'linux' file as a different MIME type or renaming
it to 'linux.bin'.

I am using Microsoft Windows 95.

Jonathan Nieder
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Debian boot images are no longer available at the www.debian.org web site,
instead the links point to the archive FTP/HTTP site. The file `linux' no
longer exists, so the problem with it being `text/plain' is no longer valid

Take a look at the new http://www.debian.org/releases/stable/ pages.

Thanks for reporting...
Digital Electronic Being Intended for Assassination and Nullification

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