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    JPEG format

    So I have kind of a strange problem.  We recently migrated an application from internal servers to a GoDaddy VPS (CentOS 6).  As part of that migration we transferred via FTP a folder of mugshots that are used to produce ID cards.  So far so good.  But every new photo we upload to that directory since then is being rejected by our ID card program.  (AlphaCard)  Same camera, same everything else.

     

    When I view the images that were migrated using FTP originally, the properties show:

    JPEG image data, JFIF standard 1.00, comment: “LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01”

     

    But when we upload individual images, or FTP them since then, the properties show:

    JPEG image data,JFIF standard 1.01

     

    Has something changed in the way GoDaddy encodes JPEG? The vendor is telling us that there is a format being used that is not supported by .NET.  I am not sure what to do.

     

    Thanks in advance for any help.

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    Re: JPEG format

    @papajoe 

     

    If you're a CentOS server, then you're running Linux. If there's something that requires .NET encoding, you need to be on a Windows platform.

     

    All things being equal, it sounds like that maybe your issue.



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    Re: JPEG format


    @MrVapor wrote:

     

    If you're a CentOS server, then you're running Linux. If there's something that requires .NET encoding, you need to be on a Windows platform.

     


    Well, that’s what I thought initially, except that the application was working fine on its previous host, which was Ubuntu, another Linux flavor. Also, on September 4 I transferred in over 1,000 photos from the previous host and these all worked fine. But anything I upload since then does not...including a re-upload of one of those earlier photos. There is something about the way these files are now saved that changes their signature.