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I have a strange problem that I am not able to solve by myself. We are running OJS 2.4.3 with SuSE 11 and mysql, the default installation directory for ojs is a folder inside of apaches documentRoot. The inline display of an articles pdf file works as it should and the server returns the correct content-type application/pdf. However, we want to run our OJS installation within a virtual host environment, and after configuring apache accordingly PDF files don't get displayed, because now OJS returns a content-type of text/html when I try to view or download pdfs. The OJS files are identical to the one used in our default installation (copied with cp -p -r ), and both installations use the same database. I wonder if this maybe is an apache problem, but then why is it working in a subdirectory with the default DocumentRoot but not within a virtualhost?
The problem occurs on the following page: http//ourvirtualhost/article/view/657/341.
Could somebody point me in the right direction, maybe?
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Is there a public URL you could send me so I can try this myself?
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