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I don't know what kind of algorithm Windows uses to compress filesystems, but it just could be that your data can't be easily compressed (mp3s, compressed video etc.) You can try to pack the data into a .7z archive with 7-zip. It uses a quite efficient compression algorithm.
According to Microsoft TechNet forum answer: In my experience these are two reasons to not showing this check box: NTFS compression is a function of the NTFS file system and as such is available only on volumes formatted with NTFS. The compression algorithms in NTFS support cluster sizes of up to 4 KB. When the cluster size is greater than 4 KB ...
The common term for that is "color banding". It results from rounding off similar colors together when you reduce bit depth. As an analogy - imagine drawing a rainbow using a box of 100 crayons, and then trying to draw the same thing with a box of 12... you lose imagine the loss in smoothness and discrete colors that would result. For more reading, also ...
Perhaps you could try to follow the steps in this article: How to Repair Damaged Zip Files With Terminal and see if that helps you. Essentially what the article says is that you can try with this command: zip -F myBrokenArchive.zip --out hopefullyRepairedArchive.zip and if that doesn't work, make zip try even harder with zip -FF myBrokenArchive.zip ...
It looks like a 24-bit colour depth image reduced to 8-bit (256 colours), which is the colour depth used by the GIF format.
The -optimize flag will "Perform optimization of entropy encoding parameters" (directly take from the jpegtran manual), which says nothing about the size of the result. If the source image file doesn't contain any comments or other "excess baggage" that is removed by -copy none, then I see no reason why the file could not grow in size by a fraction.
I realize this is a very old question, but the solution is very easy. You do not need a full win98 install to get the data off. You just need to get yourself a win98 EBD disk image. (Emergency Boot Disk) You will also need some kind of virtual machine setup, such as VMware, Qemu, or Bochs. First up-- In your virtual machine software of choice, create two ...
So, you have two options. First, I would encourage you to just load the mod_deflate module. Add the following line to your httpd.conf file. LoadModule deflate_module modules/mod_deflate.so Otherwise, there is an alternative - mod_gzip. It is a an external extension that you'll have to download the source code, compile, and load using a line in your ...
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