Quote:Incidentally, my thanks to whoever reformatted my previous post. My plain-text isn't for lack of effort, but I couldn't figure out how to u... [by AlanBartlett]
on 08/16/2012 – Made popular on 08/16/2012
To save space we gzip all our logs and text files and these files are browsed by the user, but these files are downloaded instead of opened in the browser, I couldn't find a way to set mime-type text/plain for such files e.g. this does not work
text/plain txt txt.gz log.gz
So is there a way in nginx to tell txt.gz and log.gz files are to be served as text/plain ?
I recently installed CentOS 7 on a machine that has been running Windows 7. I did a dual boot installation and installed CentOS in a partition. But when I boot up my machine, it only gives me two CentOS options. It does not give me the option to choose to boot Windows 7. How can I add windows 7 back to the boot options?
I am not the best at dual booting as seen in my previous thread, I currently full reformatted to F11 Leonidas, once past some problems I love it, but I still need an windows enviroment to test my C++ projects that use windows api calls and functions, I have windows 7 but I havent the slightly idea of how to dual boot fedora 11 and windows 7 properly.