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I write software for a living. And for fun.


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revised What is “armtech daemon”?
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May
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comment What is “armtech daemon”?
It looks like it does: msterminalservices.org/software/Monitoring-&-management/… - I wonder what the heck that is doing on my laptop though. To my knowledge, I'm not running any Citrix software.
May
24
comment What is “armtech daemon”?
Strange indeed. Rohan Story is listed with an email rohan@aurema.com - That domain redirects to Citrix. So maybe ArmTech has something to do with Citrix.
May
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asked What is “armtech daemon”?
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comment play mp3 or wav file via Linux command line
It won't work with mp3 encoded sound of course, but it will work with raw wav data
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awarded  Nice Answer
May
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comment What is meant by “$?” in shell?
@clee You're right. Guess it was a knee-jerk reaction I have to people not aware that there is a difference between shell and bash.
May
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answered What is meant by “$?” in shell?
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answered play mp3 or wav file via Linux command line
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awarded  Scholar
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Sep
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comment How do I connect from a utf-8 client to a latin1 server over ssh?
Whoohoo .. That was it. Thanks a bunch - This has been haunting me for weeks.
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accepted How do I connect from a utf-8 client to a latin1 server over ssh?
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awarded  Editor
Sep
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comment How do I connect from a utf-8 client to a latin1 server over ssh?
Thanks, but the problem seems to be related to the remote shell somehow. I've updated my question.
Sep
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revised How do I connect from a utf-8 client to a latin1 server over ssh?
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comment How do I connect from a utf-8 client to a latin1 server over ssh?
That changes the display (output), but not the input. I see characters correct, but if I press a key with non-ascii characters, it acts weird.