will the readfile() function not accept a user/pass combination in an ftp
url? like:
readfile("ftp://user:[EMAIL PROTECTED]/path/to/file";);

I get two errors.  The first is a file not found error.
The second is a No Such file or directory error.

droppoing the user:pass section works just fine.   Here's the code:

    $ftp_server_path = "ftp://$ftpuser:$ftppass@$ftphost/$ftppath/";;
    $i = $QUERY_STRING;
    $url = $ftp_server_path.$leech_name[$i];
    $filename = explode("/", $leech_name[$i]);
    // start downloading file
    Header("Content-Type: application/octet-stream");
    Header("Content-Length: ".filesize($url));
    Header("Content-Disposition: attachement; filename=$filename[1]");
    header("Pragma: no-cache");
    header("Expires: 0");

I've also tried going the fopen(), fread() route with the same result.

Any ideas what I'm doing wrong? or if it's even possible?
David Minor

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