So I see that adding a file with IPFS Desktop puts it in the MFS, but I found out today that
cat test.mp4 | ipfs files write --create /test/test.mp4
ipfs files cp /ipfs/$(ipfs add -Q test.mp4) /test/test.mp4
can yield different hashes (according to Issue: "ipfs add" and "ipfs files write" the difference between the two? - #3 by VKingi).
I was wondering what IPFS Desktop does, so that I can make my command line adds and my Desktop adds consistent and properly de-duplicated?
Thanks for any help!