Browsing like it's 1994: Integrating a Mac SE, ImageWriter II into a modern LAN
Adding Files covers how to get files from the internet onto your Macintosh SE via AppleShare. Files in the share only represent only part of a file, the metadata is maintained in these databaes. If you add a Macintosh file in Linux, or even if you copy an existing file to a new name, it'll show up to the Macintosh as an unknown file - the metadata about how to open it has been lost. These file contain this special metadata and it's recreated when StuffIt Expander is run on a Macintosh on one of these files, so the files can be handled by other operating systems and file systems without losing it. 0 Accept: application/mac-binhex40 q=0.500 Accept: audio/basic q=0.500 Accept: image/gif q=0.500 Accept: image/jpeg q=0.500 Accept: image/pict q=0.500 Accept: image/x-xbitmap q=0.500 Accept: video/mpeg q=0.500 Accept: video/quicktime q=0.500 Accept: www/source q=0.300 Accept: www/unknown q=0.300 Accept: application/octet-stream q=0.100 Accept: text/plain Accept: text/html User-Agent: MacWeb/libwww/2. The Accept header syntax has some quirks when compared to the standard. 0 Accept: text/plain Accept: application/x-html Accept: application/html Accept: text/x-html Accept: text/html Accept: text/richtext Accept: application/octet-stream Accept: application/postscript Accept: application/mac-binhex40 Accept: application/zip Accept: application/macwriteii Accept: application/msword Accept: image/gif Accept: image/jpeg Accept: image/x-pict Accept: image/tiff Accept: image/x-xbm Accept: audio/x-aiff Accept: audio/basic Accept: video/mpeg Accept: video/quicktime Accept: application/macbinary Accept: */* User-Agent: MacMosaicB6 libwww2.