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For some reason, the Mac webDAV client likes to make a lot of seemingly needless requests. It also makes requests for non-existent xml files. As an alternative, have your users download and use the [http://www.webdav.org/goliath/ Goliath] client. For some reason, the Mac webDAV client likes to make a lot of seemingly needless requests. It also makes requests for non-existent xml files. As an alternative, have your users download and use the [[http://www.webdav.org/goliath/|Goliath]] client.
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Temporary work around - download and use the [http://www.webdav.org/goliath/ Goliath] client. Temporary work around - download and use the [[http://www.webdav.org/goliath/|Goliath]] client.

Max OSX Issues

Performance

For some reason, the Mac webDAV client likes to make a lot of seemingly needless requests. It also makes requests for non-existent xml files. As an alternative, have your users download and use the Goliath client.

PUT (resolved)

The built-in Mac OSX Finder client cannot PUT files into the Slide WebDAV server.

Temporary work around - download and use the Goliath client.

Update 11/10/2004 The latest in CVS should fix this problem. For more information on accessing Slide from CVS, check http://jakarta.apache.org/site/cvsindex.html


For what it's worth, I've found in my environment that mounting the Slide server using an actual IP address (ex: http://192.168.1.4:8080/files) works pretty reliably. If I mount using the machine name (http://ws015:8080/files) then PUT does not work at all.

MacOsxIssues (last edited 2009-09-20 22:02:43 by localhost)