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Hi, I need hide real links from users, i write such script, but i'n not support resume downloading .... here my script:
#!/usr/bin/perl $| = 1; use strict; use Date::Format; use CGI qw(Fatalstobrouser); my $filename = "Proklate2.avi"; my $path = "/tmp/upload/"; unless ( -e $path . $filename ) { print STDERR "No such file! $path$filename"; return 0; } my @finfo = stat("$path$filename"); my $filesize = $finfo[7]; my $mfile = $finfo[9]; my $filemtime = time2str( "%D, %d %M %Y %H%i%s %T", $mfile ); open FH, "< $path$filename" or die "Can't open $path$filename: $!"; my $contentSize; $| = 1; my $HTTP_RANGE = $ENV{HTTP_RANGE}; if ($HTTP_RANGE) { my $range = $HTTP_RANGE; # bytes 7210589-14411430/14411431 $range =~ m/bytes=(\d+)-/; $range = $1; $contentSize = $filesize - $1; warn("cont size is $contentSize and range is $range\n"); my $p1 = $filesize - $contentSize; my $p2 = $filesize - 1; my $p3 = $filesize; seek( FH, $p1, 0 ) or die "Couldn't seek to $p1: $!\n"; print STDOUT "HTTP/1.1: 206 Partial Content\r\n"; print STDOUT "Last-Modified: $filemtime\r\n"; print STDOUT "Cache-Control: None\r\n"; print STDOUT "Pragma: no-cache\r\n"; print STDOUT "Accept-Ranges: byte\r\n"; print STDOUT "Content-Disposition: attachment; filename=\"$filena +me\"\r\n"; print STDOUT "Content-Range: bytes " . $p1 . "-" . $p2 . "/" . $p +3."\r\n"; print STDOUT "Content-Length: $contentSize\r\n"; print STDOUT "Proxy-Connection: close\r\n"; print STDOUT "Content-type: application/octet-stream\r\n"; print STDOUT "\r\n"; } else { $contentSize = $filesize; print STDOUT "Last-Modified: $filemtime\r\n"; print STDOUT "Cache-Control: None\r\n"; print STDOUT "Pragma: no-cache\r\n"; print STDOUT "Accept-Ranges: bytes\r\n"; print STDOUT "Content-Disposition: attachment; filename='$filenam +e'\r\n"; print STDOUT "Content-Length: $contentSize\r\n"; print STDOUT "Content-type: application/octet-stream\r\n"; print STDOUT "Proxy-Connection: close\r\n"; print STDOUT "\r\n"; } binmode FH; my $buffer; STREAM: while ( read( FH, my $buffer, 65536 ) ) { last STREAM unless print STDOUT $buffer; } close FH;
But log of sended headers:
25 16.12.2006 14:45:28 GET /cgi-bin/ HTTP/1.0 User-Agent: Download Master Accept: */* Referer: http://localhost/cgi-bin/ Range: bytes=391001341- Pragma: no-cache Cache-Control: no-cache Host: localhost 26 16.12.2006 14:45:28 HTTP/1.1 200 OK <-----------------HERE IS STRA +NGE(not my ) HEADER Date: Sat, 16 Dec 2006 12:45:28 GMT Server: Apache/1.3.33 (Cygwin) Accept-Ranges: byte Cache-Control: None Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="Prok +late2.avi" Content-Range: bytes 391001341-734490623/734490 +624 HTTP/1.1: 206 Partial Content<---HERE IS CORREC +T HEADER Pragma: no-cache Proxy-Connection: close Last-Modified: Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00 GMT Content-Length: 343489283 Connection: close Content-Type: application/octet-stream
Than script sends 200 OK response, but I need 206. Can you please advice how to make workaround for this?

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