have you included the MAX_FILE_SIZE hidden field?
If yes try increasng the value to above the image size
"Walter Enzenhofer" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> hi there,
>
> im sorry to post that stupid message, but i really need help in finding
the
> solution to a maybe small problem.
>
>
> Im trying to do a simple file upload (jpeg) with the "copy" function.
> the destination directory is set to chmod 0777, the files are copied to
this
> directory (with the correct extension .jpg), but if i try to open them,
the
> files seem to be corrupt. (the filesize seems to be o.k.). i tried several
> upload-scripts to test the situation, but the result is everytime the
same.
>
> on my test-server, im running Yellow Dog Linux (PPC) with PHP4.0.4pl1.
> I tried the uploads from different browsers.
>
>
> Can anybody pls help me find the bug ??
>
>
> thanx!!!!
>
> best regards,
>
> walter
>



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