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<? //check for file upload
print("Local File: $UploadedFile <BR>\n");
print("Name: $UploadedFile_name <BR>\n");
print("Size: $UploadedFile_size <BR>\n");
print("Type: $UploadedFile_type <BR>\n");
<INPUT TYPE="hidden" name="MAX_FILE_SIZE" value="1024000">
<INPUT NAME="UploadedFile" TYPE="file">
<INPUT TYPE="hidden" name="set" value="go">
<INPUT TYPE="submit" VALUE="Upload">
The above listing doesn't work on PHP 4.0.1 pl2 and PHP 3.0.17. Symptoms :
once file is chosen and Upload button is pressed
either browser stays as is (hangs) and the file is not copied into /tmp/ as it should or the browser displays a file not found message and the file is copied and left in /tmp/.
this occurs both over the internet (PHP 4.0.1 pl2 as cgi on comercial server) and over ethernet (PHP 3.0.17 as apache static module - test machine)
This is experianced with IE 5, IE 5.5, and Netscape 4.7
(netscape pops a "document contained no data" message)
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Today i received e-mail from another person who has seen this bug in FreeBSD platform. He said :
I have also seen this bug "in action".
It is due in my case to the PHP process flopping with a signal 11.
-- under FreeBSD.
Do you have any idea of a patch or fix for this thing?
Please try PHP 4.0.5 (check the manual for how to do file-uploads because it has changed a tiny bit since 4.0.1pl2).
Let us know if it fixes your problem
Closing due to no feedback. If the problem persists with php 4.0.5, please reopen.