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I've built an uploader for an application I'm working on but it won't
allow uploading of png, movie files, etc. It works fine for jpg, gif,
txt, and other ones. Is there some place the sets what are allowed
extensions in either the server or php settings? If so, where can I
locate them? I thought this was only on my local computer (Windows
running Apache) but it seems to be failing on my external server
(FreeBSD with Apache).

What happens codewise is that $_FILES['imgname']['name'] contains the
actual filename but $_FILES['imgname']['tmp_name'] is blank.


Jul 17 '05 #1
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