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Re: Issue with HTTP/2 and async file upload from Safari on iOS

July 08, 2016 05:55PM
Hi guys,
that's the issue for me: I'm with Ubuntu 16.04 official packages. I apt dist-upgrade, but still I'm on nginx/1.10.0..

Any solution other than switching to https://launchpad.net/~nginx/+archive/ubuntu/development (wich scares the skull out of me, since this is a production server)?

Dr. Gianluigi "Zane" Zanettini - TurboLab.it
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