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  Apache Web-Serving With Mac OS X, Part 5
Subject:   MySQL problems
Date:   2002-06-30 04:19:01
From:   mrx1
Response to: MySQL problems

Well, it's an old post and I bet you got it working since then but it might be useful to others... In general, when I get those stupid "download.php" names, I look at the real name of the file I downloaded (easily enough by double clicking on the dl in the dl manager in IE5, but the way you get it doesn't matter, as long as you find the exact dl path with the name of the file at the end) and just copy and paste it to the downloaded file (replacing the "download.php"), say "yes" when the Finder asks if you wanna change the extension from .php to whatever your file's in... stuffit should now recognize your file and you should be able to do whatever you need with it. Cheers.