Message from discussion UP Loading and Down Loading from website
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From: "bsn" <bsnSNABELAoncableDOTdk>
Subject: Re: UP Loading and Down Loading from website
Date: Fri, 28 Sep 2012 22:47:33 +0200
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Make a zipfile out of the files in ur programdir...
Upload the zipfile to ur website...
Make a proper link to the uploadet zipfile, and u should be able to download
But about that the program will install on the endusers pc I can't say...
"Jim Baird" <bair...@telus.net> skrev i en meddelelse
>I have a packaged program I want to sell from my website.
> If I zip the package and upload it, when it is downloaded again it won't
> open "stating it doesn't appear to be an "Archive File". I think the
> problem relates to the fact the zip contains a bunch of extraneous
> directory information above the actual package.
> I tried uploading the package itself but then can't seem to download it
> What is the proper procedure here for deploying a package so that can be
> down loaded and installed.