> From email@example.com Tue Mar 16 17:18:43 1993
> From: Tim Berners-Lee <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Upgraded 2.0 sources. Please upgrade servers.
> There is a back-compatibility problem with HTTP, in that some old
> servers are messed up by the new protocol. I think this is pre 0.9a
> servers, which do not ignore the third word on the command line.
> Servers based on csh etc should be OK, as is the 0.9b server.
> This is unfortunate, and means we have to do round upgrading servers
> before upgrading clients. I would recommend that servers be updated
> as soon as possible. The new httpd is running on info.cern.ch and
> doesn't seem to have upset anyone yet after the first 40k
> transactions. I would now class the 2.0 server code as beta.
1. I just got a problem with your new httpd on info.cern.ch.
When I tried to access the file:
with xmosaic 0.10, I got the following error message:
HTFormat: Sorry, can't convert from application/binary to www/present.
The line-mode browser www 1.3a produced the same error message.
With www 2.0 an empty page were produced.
After that I tried to use the new binary transfer mode feature of mosaic.
The result was a file with the above error message.
The same problem occured with other files referenced from:
for example: text2html.sed
2. Is it possible to get the files referenced from:
via ftp ?
Or can someone put the files on info.cern.ch under /WWW/dev ?
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