> I am using a Macintosh system to author WWW pages as well as uploading them
> onto my Presence Provider's server running BSDI BSD 2.0 on a Pentium 100.
> The architecture of the Mac OS has a minimum file size depending on the
> size of the HDD - on a 160 MB HDD, it is 3 k. It means that if a file is
> 0.5 k or 2.9 k, the size is 3 k.
> As we know that graphics on WWW pages should be as small as possible to
> ease bandwidth traffic, the problem is that when I upload to my Provider's
> server, the files takes the size of 3 k.
> __The_content_length_of_such_graphic files_are_actually_much_less!
> How to make the Unix server take the minimum size?
> The FTP client I am using is Fetch 2.1.1. The method I used to upload is
> "Raw Data".
actual data, not how many blocks of the disk the file takes up. So, say
an image is 6,001 bytes in length, than this is what will be transfered,
regardless of how large in k the file is on the server.