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Browser content display blocked by MIME type mismatch #3077
For anyone who is interested, I had a problem running tensorboard in Windows preventing anything from displaying in every browser except for internet explorer. The error I received in Firefox Nightly is the following:
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I believe this might be similar to another issue referencing the projector.
The diagnose_tensorboard.py information is not useful. For this particular project, I'm attempting to use tensorboard for a pytorch project.
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Hi @amrosado! Thanks for the report. The content type is inferred from
Could you tell us the output of
on your machine, and also please confirm what the
Also, please do provide the
My diagnose_tensorboard.py output is included in the first post like asked for. I don't think I have it working correctly because it doesn't find my installed tensorboard module for the virtualenv I'm using.
My headers for index.js without changing the html_util.py:
The output of ``` python -c "import mimetypes; print(list(mimetypes.guess_type('index.js')))" ````:
How does mimetypes determine the mimetype? It doesn't throw an exception even with an invalid url.
It guesses based on the filename given a pre-defined list of MIME types
The fact that the
Good luck! :-)
Great; glad to hear it, and thanks for letting us know! Sounds like some
At least one user is claiming that the errant application is Visual