Ok, somebody told me, the archive contains the Image, only winrar seems not to show the image, grrr.
I tried the gzip method and it did not work that fine for me. > Sascha Braun wrote: > > Seems to work not that bad, but I got another Question. > > > > Why isn't there anything in the archive? > > It works in here (just tested it), I don't know why it's empty (don't stop > reading here!!! :-) ) > > > > > This is my code yet: > > > > <? > > Header('Content-Type: application/x-tar'); > > Header("Content-disposition: attachment; > > filename=".$_REQUEST['name'].".tar"); > > $command = 'tar -cf - ../images/' . $_REQUEST['image']; > > passthru($command); > > ?> > > Nothing wrong with this... > > By the way, make sure there is no newline in the second Header: > > Header("Content-Disposition: attachment; > filename=".$_REQUEST['name'].".tar"); > > I don't know if the mailingprogram breaks this line, but it's one line (just > in case). > > > I did put away the gzip routine couse I find it a little nerving if i > > always have to open > > two files ;) > > ;-)) > > > The source pictures size is 406 KB, the download is about 340 KB in > > size, isn't it wrong a bit? > > That's wrong...tar doesn't compress...a tar archive does have a small > footprint (about 1k-2k with one file), so the tar file should ALWAYS be > bigger than the source file(s)... > > Hmmmm...thinking about this...I'm sure you would like compression instead of > archiving. Use gzip only instead of tar: > > - Set the header back to application/x-gzip > - Change the command to gzip -c <filename> > > I'm very curious if you get any (correct) output then... > > > Greetings > > > > Sascha > > Greets back :) > Erwin > > > PS.: Isn't it wrong, when I write greetings in english? Sounds so > > german, what could i write else? Thank you very much. > > Try "Greets" or "Thanks in advance" ;-)) > Greetings sounds (to me) more like what you say at the start of a > conversation. > > > -- > PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) > To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php > -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php