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comment Convert UTF-8 code represented in terms of ASCII to UTF-8
@Peter.O: I don't know how to put this. but in "\xxx", "\" and "x" are characters encoded in ASCII. download this as a text file: paste.ubuntu.com/11885151
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comment Convert UTF-8 code represented in terms of ASCII to UTF-8
(1) "the sequence above appears to be corrupted". Does two "\xxx"'s in my ASCII file represent a character? If yes, does six "\xxx"'s represent three characters? If yes, why the last line of code only print out two characters? (2) what is the difference between "hexadecimal Unicode escape sequences" and "UTF-8 (so two \xxx bits per actual character)"?
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comment Convert UTF-8 code represented in terms of ASCII to UTF-8
thanks. do you know that what kinds of conversion the two online tools in my second part make? Some examples of their conversions will be clear.
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comment Ubuntu became frozen, not responsive
updated. What are we trying to do?
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comment Find out what caused my Ubuntu rebooting?
lspci output is here. My wifi card always has some problem, but the reboot is very rare.
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comment Find out what caused my Ubuntu rebooting?
thanks. see my update with the output of the first command. What do you think is the cause of the reboot a little more than one hour ago?
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comment Find out what caused my Ubuntu rebooting?
@Jodka: How do you know it is not part of 14.04?
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comment Find out what caused my Ubuntu rebooting?
@Jodka: dpkg -l | grep -i systemd returns systemd-services and systemd-shim and some libraries. ps aux | grep -i systemd returns /lib/systemd/systemd-udevd --daemon and /lib/systemd/systemd-logind.
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comment Find out what caused my Ubuntu rebooting?
Thanks. journalctl: command not found