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accepted linux file -i command outputs octet/stream for every media file
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comment linux file -i command outputs octet/stream for every media file
The output is empty then I guess "update" is the correct answer. I will tell my sysadmin about this. Thanks!
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comment linux file -i command outputs octet/stream for every media file
Without -i the output gives details about the format, for example, "Macromedia Flash Video"
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comment linux file -i command outputs octet/stream for every media file
file someflv.flv: /tmp/phpGo4d1V: Macromedia Flash Video ||| file -i someflev.flv: /tmp/phpGo4d1V: application/octet-stream ||| file --version file-4.17 magic file from /usr/share/file/magic –
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revised linux file -i command outputs octet/stream for every media file
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