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Allow correct upload of gzipped or other types of ISO files

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    David Hughes

    How about using 'file' or similar to check the actual file format.  If it's a known format, like gzipped ISO, then deal with it.  If it's an unknown format then throw an error.  At the moment if the upload URL points to a compressed ISO (as is often the case with 3rd party images like pfSense) you just end up with a file called 'xxxxxxxx.iso' that isn't actually an iso and will never boot.

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