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I am using image module (v 18.104.22.168 2006/02/23)
When I upload an image (using image assist v 22.214.171.124 2005/10/25), the process works fine, and the image is stored correctly in the directory structure. But when I insert them into a page, the images show up as broken links(IE), or I just see the image description text(Firefox).
If I right click on one of the broken links and click properties to see the url, it shows like "http://www.yaq.lan/yaq/system/files?file=images/Chico_interrogacion.thum...".
If I right click and then select view image, I get the following message:
The image “http://www.yaq.lan/yaq/system/files?file=images/C%C3%B3mo%20elegir%20Uni...” cannot be displayed, because it contains errors.
The image file however does not appear to be corrupted, because I can open it directly with an image viewer.
In admin/settings, the File system path is /var/www/drupal_downloads. Double checked that drupal_downloads is writeable by drupal (there are no error alerts at the top of the admin/settings page such as when this directory is un readable), even tried chmod 777 to no avail.
Download method is set to private. According to my admin>settings page... "The built-in GD2 toolkit is installed and working properly."
I am using:
Fedora Core 4
Any suggestions as to what could be the problem, or where to look for clues?