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(n)curses displays appear broken under iTerm2

When accessing any of the *-tui commands under CentOS/Red Hat, or any equivalents on other distributions, my display is completely broken and almost unusable. This is what authconfig-tui running ...
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Is it possible for Windows' command prompt to display the correct charters when connected to a linux machine via SSH?

I'm sorry for the long question, but I wanted to make sure it got the point across. The thing is, that no matter what I do, when I use a linux-based console application that uses ncurses, via SSH ...
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Is it possible to view images in a terminal?

I have ssh access to my web server. I have some image files there and I would like to see a preview of. Is there a tool that will help me? Is there a curses-based viewer that will approximate the ...
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Is there a cursor-based interface to change environment variables?

I often need to change a small part of long environment variable (especially, e.g., paths), and do it either by pasting the thing into an editor and changing it there, or the equivalent. Is there ...
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1answer
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Making 256-color AND Line drawing characters both work in PuTTY

I'm having trouble setting up PuTTY with Ubuntu. I'm trying to get line characters to work in aptitude as well as 256-color support, but can only get one or the other. Ubuntu Config Using 64-bit ...
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100% CPU Runaway Processes (NCurses?)

This is a problem I've had for years, but just haven't posted anywhere about it until now. I'm running GRML, a Debian squeeze based Linux distro, and occasionally certain processes will runaway and ...
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Linux ncurses outliner options

I'm looking for a replacement for hnb, which served me well but seems to be abandoned. Please do not suggest text-editor based approaches like emacs org mode or vim outliner. I want a stand-alone ...