Further investigation reveals that the web server at the download site
(jdbc.postgresql.org) is specifying a content-type of text/plain rather than
application/octet which is the usual mime-type for generic binary data.
Netscape is being too helpful and expanding all those mal-formed end-of-line
sequences into correctly formed ones.

A simple .htaccess line would fix the problem at the web server.


Joe Shevland wrote:

> (Some versions of) Netscape are notorious JAR killers... might be this, I
> often provide a .tgz bundle also after getting a lot of people saying my
> downloadable files are corrupt ;)

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