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Esetpurefixv205

Esetpurefixv205
Submitted 17 Oct 2016. Release date: 28 July 2019. 01 Nov 2016 at 01:42 (UTC+01:00). Image Date: 08 Feb 2019.
The high & low are the final results of a third party audit/compatibility test for Windows 7. Esetpurefixv205.
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I bet you are missing the “true” SuperCollider images. Not just the org.scsupercollider.shikigami.preview.scpreview.jpg that comes with SSC, but the full package as well. You can find the file I’m referring to for SuperCollider 2.09 here in case you need it.

A:

It appears that the file scpreview.jpg contains a file with a different MIME type (image/png) than what the SSC webpage claims (image/jpeg).
I have no idea what you are using it for (or how) but from a quick test the same image is also present in the org.scsupercollider.shikigami package.
Note that you have to extract it (as a zip) and open it in a text editor before you can check for the file (unzip org.scsupercollider.shikigami.zip in a text editor and search the whole folder for scpreview.jpg).
Does it work?

A:

found a solution at
replace image with scpreview.jpg

by

possible problems with the jpg

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How does the Windows name server work

How does the Windows name server work? Does it get all the filenames from the client in a defined protocol and then compare them to the namespace registered on it?
How come you can have two DNS root servers?
What is the DNS root server anyway?
Why can’t a DNS root server provide forwards (reverse DNS)?

A:

No, there’s no defined protocol, the name server only gets the hostname, and finds it in the mappings (on LDAP, Active Directory, DNS, etc.). As far as I’m aware, DNS roots don’t have any special functions. For example, a DNS root could just be a machine that forwards queries to its parent DNS servers.

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