Same web page files, different display

Posted on 2006-05-23
Last Modified: 2010-04-25
I have loaded the same files to two different servers: windows and linux

1- Windows server:On this one display as it should be

2- Linux Server: The left side of the frame is missing

Can someone tell me what the issue is and how to fix it on the Linux server

Honestly I want to stay definitely with the linux one, but I cannot until figuring out this issue


Question by:JohnRamz
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    un the linux server the file is "leftframe.jpg"
    but the reference is "LeftFrame.jpg"

    i bet linux is case sensitive ;)

    so either rename the file, or change the html page
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    linux is case sensitive

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    Thanks Mark. great help and quick reply

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