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Linux mime: Wrong Value for CSS Files

Posted on 2013-11-10
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echo `file -ib default.css`

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That returns this:
text/x-c; charset=us-ascii

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Why doesn't it return:
text/css;charset=us-ascii

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How can I get it to return the desired result?
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Question by:hankknight
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File has a known bug / issue around for some time to detect the correct mime type. I am not sure if it has been fixed.

I suggest using an alternative method to detect MIME.
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