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I'm a Systems Administrator. Whoo!


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comment Multisites, upload issues, and iOS!
Actually, this is very much a Wordpress issue because it stems from how Wordpress Multi-site handles URLs. If wordpress handled URLs properly, this wouldn't be an issue. The module is just a solution for how Wordpress handles URLs, so you can use Apache to get around it, but it is NOT an apache issue nor a JWPlayer issue. It all stems from Multisite Wordpress functionality.
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@brasofilo Sorry, the urls are the same. I had to edit this because I had to delete and remake the post and I must have missed one of the links, but they are the same :) !
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comment Multisites, upload issues, and iOS!
I tried using the guide to use mod_xsendfile because someone said that that had worked for them, but it doesn't seem to be helping me at all sigh.
May
11
comment Multisites, upload issues, and iOS!
The latter. If I use the direct URL, it works. If I use the URL wordpress creates, it does not work. Supposedly "Serving video to iOS devices does not work in Multisite Wordpress due to lack of byte-range support" Apparently iOS requires byte-range support for audio and video. Serving a static .mp4 file to an iOS from Apache works fine, but serving the same file from a Wordpress MS 3.01 installation fails. This is because the file URL is rewritten to use ms-files.php. The PHP file does a readfile($file) on the file to serve it. This is incompatible with iOS devices and will fail."
May
11
comment Multisites, upload issues, and iOS!
This makes sense, I have seen mention of range headers when dealing with this issue in other posts. So, are you saying Wordpress should be configured to not expire & allow range headers? In which case, do you know what config file that is to edit?
May
11
comment Multisites, upload issues, and iOS!
Longtail says it's wordpress, essentially. Since the player works across all platforms unless it's a link created by wordpress, they think it's the URL handling with wordpress. :( I'll check this thread out and report back though.
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