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    Does anyone know if infekt nfo viewer exists for linux? On their webpage they say it exists but I can't find it. On their downloads page all you can find are windows binaries.
    https://infekt.ws/index.html
    iNFekt for Linux

    The command line version is fully functional on Linux. There's also a basic GTK+ version in the source code repository. If you would like to work on improving it, please contact me via e-mail.
    What do you make of this?

    If it's not available, could someone please tell me a good alternative for it? I'm using NFO Viewer from https://otsaloma.io/nfoview/
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    Just change your terminal's character encoding to cp437 and use less (or any other pager).
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    Quote Originally Posted by anon View Post
    Just change your terminal's character encoding to cp437 and use less (or any other pager).
    I found this website by accident and was very interesting.

    How to View a .nfo File in Console / Terminal & NFO and ANSI Viewers Comparison

    The code is from the vi editor.
    It renders it like this. I think this is ok, don't you?

    https://i.imgur.com/LY1ORY8.png

    Here is the vi code:
    set encoding=utf-8

    function! SetFileEncodings(encodings)
    let b:myfileencodingsbak=&fileencodings
    let &fileencodings=a:encodings
    endfunction
    function! RestoreFileEncodings()
    let &fileencodings=b:myfileencodingsbak
    unlet b:myfileencodingsbak
    endfunction

    au BufReadPre *.nfo call SetFileEncodings('cp437')|set ambiwidth=single
    au BufReadPost *.nfo call RestoreFileEncodings()

    I searched the web but could not find a single command that temporarily changes the code page of a terminal. Could you share an example from your terminal? I use Konsole from KDE if that matters.
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    Anyone has any idea why I get this error message after a while, when my windows explorer is open?
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    I can't believe how much Alicia Silverstone has aged. It's a tragedy. Just saw The Crush (1993) and just can't picture it. She was so sexy.
    anon, do something! Girls are aging and we can't prevent it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Master Razor View Post
    I searched the web but could not find a single command that temporarily changes the code page of a terminal. Could you share an example from your terminal? I use Konsole from KDE if that matters.
    luit is meant for this task, but in all honesty I've never really used it, so you'll have to experiment. Some terminal emulators allow you to change the character encoding on their settings, but the universal default and expected value is UTF-8 (which causes the least trouble outside of fringe cases like this one).

    Anyway, that vi script looks good, it basically renders the text for .nfo files using codepage 437 and then switches back. Make sure not to accidentally enter insert mode and make changes. At any time, you can exit inset mode, discard any changes and exit by pressing Escape and then :q!

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    anon, do something!
    Is this a meme or whatever Anyway, I did an image search and she's still very pretty as far as I'm concerned, so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yoco View Post
    Anyone has any idea why I get this error message after a while, when my windows explorer is open?
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    Let's try this.

    right click on my computer
    go to properties
    click on advanced system settings
    under performance, click settings
    click the Data Execution Prevention tab, and then click Turn on DEP for all programs and services except those I select.
    click Add, browse to the executable file for the program and add it.


    In your case you would add explorer.exe.
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    I did as you said, will see if it crashes again.
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    Is this a meme or whatever Anyway, I did an image search and she's still very pretty as far as I'm concerned, so.
    It's not a meme. She's old man, and wasted her life away.
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    Look, I found the lyrics of that song you posted three years ago

    Noaptea Tarziu - Sunt un cocalar lyrics + English translation
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    Yeah. I think things will turn out ok for me as well. I finaly figured out what I wanna do for the rest of my life: I want to code open-source applications for linux. It's been nearly 6 months since I've been using linux and I love more and more with each passing day. It satisfies me intelectually and for the first time I'm actually happy. I stopped caring for money a long time ago. Developers these days are not in it for the thrils but just for money. And I do not want that, I never wanted this.
    I'm just an average Joe that loves researching and adores thinking. I've never been a big fan of google-it type of solutions. Sometimes you have to go with watherver feels right, even if you have no idea were it might lead you. Can't say that I've come a long way like anon did, but I'm improving everyday and trying to mend my mistakes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anon View Post
    Let's try this.
    Worked fine a few days then crash again. I even tried updating windows and it still crashes randomly.
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    My RAM is in slot #3 and slot #4, according by CPU-Z. Should I move it to slot 1 and 2? Is there any difference?
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    Always remember yoco: the fastest ports/slots are always the nearest to the CPU. This is refers mostly to PCI and RAM slots. Though the difference might be negligible.
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    Way more important than whether the slots are close to the CPU is whether they're the same color and the RAM sticks within are of identical specifications. That way you won't miss on dual channel capabilities.

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