I was wondering why if you open a textfile made in Windows notepad under unix you will find that it has ^M where there should be a new line? My understanding is that in Windows, every line is ended ...
After running cat on some files I get the infamous 'bushes': ␌⎺└⎻⎼␊⎽⎽␊␍ ├▒⎼ °␋┌␊. B␊├├␊⎼ ┤⎽␊ ├▒⎼'⎽ ≥ which I believe are result of encoding being changed. Is there any way to recover the terminal ...
I'm having some problems with using ssh and a remote server (which I do not have admin access to) - Specifically, there are a couple of folders on there with Korean and Cyrillic text. When I display ...
Are there any scripts that can convert between text (e.g. <hi>) and the html entities version (<hi>) like this website does? Or at least a PHP file?
I have a text file in an unknown or mixed encoding. I want to see the lines that contain a byte sequence that is not valid UTF-8 (by piping the text file into some program). Equivalently, I want to ...
Does it depend on what file system I use? For example, ext2/ext3/ext4 but also what happens when I insert one of those "joliet" CD-ROMs with ISO 9660? I've heard that POSIX contains some sort of spec ...
I'm using Putty to ssh into a RedHat box, and I'm running GNU emacs inside the putty ssh window. When I turn on whitespace-mode using M-x whitespace mode, I notice I see a "Â" before each space or ...
I have little experience with LINUX . I am using Debian. It has a library glibc which has several useful programs. iconv is the program that i want to use to do several charset conversions... However ...
How can I check what encoding (ASCII, UTF-8, UTF-16 etc) my Terminal uses? It shouldn't matter, but I am using Konsole on KDE3.5.