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im looking for a cgi script that will upload a file from someones computer to a dir on my server iv tried alot of scripts already but they will only upload txt type files and i want to be able to upload jpg gif exe zip type files
im runnning windows 95 and zbserver pro does anyone know of a script that will work with this setup or if if i can even do it with this server
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Few web enabled html editors allow download binary files:
See
Genesis (free)
http://www.xav.com/scripts/genesis/index.html

FastPage (commertial)
http://www.iexp.com/products/fastpage/

And Upload script
http://www.zonecoaster.com/?c=Free_Perl_Scripts&p=Upload_Version_2.01
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I couldn't find any Upload script on
http://www.zonecoaster.com/?c=Free_Perl_Scripts&p=Upload_Version_2.01
 
 
 
   
 

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