I have a tiny problem.
I am generating a m3u file, that I want IE to open it, without having IE ask me to open or download it. (Always Ask .. option is grayed out).
Here is the files:
header("Content-type: audio/x-mpegurl"); // tested without "x-" as well.
header('Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="jaycee.m3u"');
If I download the generated file, put it on the web server, and try to download it directly, the option is available, and I am able to listen the file without having to confirm the opening.
So, I beleive that IE doesn't like opening a php, and having the server returning otherwise. (May I wrong?)
Does anyone have an idea to deal with this ?
(otherwise that add m3u file as php extension and rename my stream.php in stream.m3u)
Thanx for your help.