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ASCII stands for "American Standard Code for Information Interchange". It is a standard for mapping characters to codes. It is mainly a 7-bit wide encoding . Extended ASCII is its popular variant with 8-bit width.

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List all files with corrupt filenames recursively

I've got a Linux server with some directories and files structure on it. Apparently somehow someone uploaded a bunch of filenames, which got corrupted. Consider the following example: └── parent ├─...
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Incomplete response received from application when non-ascii character in html

I have an Ubuntu 18.04 server with Nginx and Phusion Passenger (non-Rails app) and it is working for websites with ASCII characters in HTML only. But when I put a non-ascii character to the index.erb ...
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LDAP at IBM XIV

I have problem with authenticating users over LDAP (Active Directory) Windows 2008 R2 on IBM XIV. After troubleshooting I've find out problems caused by polish letters in CommonName (...
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How do I export both Packet bytes and Summary line using tshark?

I can export ascii using Wireshark with exactly the same settings as in the example from the documenation, i.e. Only Summary line and Packet bytes exported. Since I have many files to do this with I ...
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Does using ASCII transfer mode in FTP while transferring files from one linux based system to other linux based system changes LF to CRLF [duplicate]

Whether using ASCII transfer mode in FTP while transferring files from one linux based system to other linux based system changes LF to CRLF
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Trying to run a netsh batch with foreign characters

I am trying to run a batch file with the following content: netsh interface ip>set dns "Połączenie lokalne" source=dhcp The file is saved as ANSI. My Windows codepage is 1250, the OEM one 852. ...
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Microsoft FTP 7.5 server not translating line feeds

I have a file created in Linux that I'm sending out of a MS FTP 7.5 server. The receiving system (client) is a mainframe. The file has LF line endings. The FTP server is not reading those and ...
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Euro character messed up during FTP transfer

My customer is using a very outdated ecommerce management system on my hosting service. For that product, no support is being provided anymore by the vendor. Brief explanation: the shop website, that ...
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ftp.exe does not convert end of line characters while transferring to FreeBSD ftp server

I am having problems transferring a text file from Windows 7 using ftp.exe to a FreeBSD server. After the file transfer the end-of-line characters are not changed from \r\n to \n, Instead they remain ...
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Is ASCII to IPv6 Possible? [closed]

I NEVER SAID I WAS GOING TO DO THIS, I WAS JUST WONDERING IT IT WHERE POSSIBLE. Address fe80:0000:0000:0000:0202:b3ff:fe1e:8329 Rule 1 fe80:0:0:0:202:b3ff:fe1e:8329 Rule 2 fe80::202:b3ff:fe1e:8329 ...
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LINUX: Can a file which is shown as ASCII text contain UTF-8 data

Version of LINUX Red Hat Enterprise Linux ES release 4 I need to confirm if an extract from a database has correctly output data with UTF-8 encoding. I created the file using the mechanism specified ...
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XenServer 6.0.2 path to installation media contains non-ascii characters

XenServer 6.0.2 install fails no matter what I do. I have confirmed that the md5 checksum on my ISO file is good. I tried installing from a mounted ISO file (remotely via iKVM). I tried installing ...
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FTP - Is transferring ascii files in binary a bad thing?

We have a local development server that we develop websites on. To push a website live it is FTPed (SSH/SFTP/Rsync is not an option unfortunately) to our webhost. I want to run some scripts that ...
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Powershell 2: How to strip a specific character from a body of ASCII text

I am trying to strip odd characters from strings using PowerShell. I used the following output to attempt to learn on my own: get-help about_regular_expressions I am trying to take a string that is ...
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What does CRLF mean? [closed]

What is the meaning of CR + LF?
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ASP and MVC returning ASCII looking characters

Hard to describe, but this is what is being served by IIS with an ASP.NET 4.0 MVC 2.0 setup. Does anybody have any idea as to why this is happening? It is happening locally for me as well as our ...
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How to generate an ASCII representation of a Unix file hierarchy?

all. I'm looking for a quick and dirty way to generate some diagrams of some directories that have almost, but not exactly, the same hierarchy, so I can show them around at a meeting and we can decide ...
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ASCII vs Binary vs Auto?

I'm transferring files between servers and just started noticing that some of them are getting modified to be one long continuous line as opposed to having the returns and line-breaks they originally ...
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What command prints a string as "big ascii text art" in bash? [closed]

I'm looking for a program that turns an ASCII string into something like the "ascii art" below: .-"^`\ /`^"-. .' ___\ ...
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