Ncurses is software for controlling writing to the console screen under Unix, Linux and other operating systems.

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How to setup and use lcurses (curses for Lua)?

I'm not very good at manual installation. I want to use lcurses, a binding of curses for Lua in a program, with require('curses'). When I run make in the lcurses directory, there is an error ...
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GNU Screen garbling bmon

bmon runs fine in a regular terminal, however, when run from inside screen the output is garbled and unusable. This problem doesn't affect all curses applications - top and htop run fine. bwm-ng runs ...
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Convert htop output to HTML

I wish to view the output of htop as a web page (and possibly add interactivity later on) and I expected this to be readily available (e.g. ncurses capture-screen-and-convert-to-html), but I had no ...
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Financial and real-time market-data software for the command line

I can easily build HUDs at command prompts for stuff like the weather, my to-dos, Twitter, IRC, etcetera; but the one thing I’m always stuck going to my iPhone or browser for, constantly, is real-time ...
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How may I delete the current playing song in nvlc?

I am using nvlc (vlc -I ncurses) to listen to my musics and I would like to be able to delete the music (and not just remove from selection) I don't like from there. As per the doc there is no way to ...
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KDiff3-style *directory merge* tool for the Linux terminal?

I need a nongraphical tool (e.g. ncurses-based), that allows me to merge large directory structures. Ideally, something as nice as Beyond Compare. Or at least KDiff3. I know there was such a tool, ...
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Mac — Macports/Wine errors: NCurses library and Fontconfig

I've been trying to get Wine on my Mac to run some of my old PC games. I used Macports to install it, but it didn't work right away. I followed This tutorial, and then looked around a bit on the web ...
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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 ...