Philippe Carriere

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location Montreal, Canada
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awarded  Nice Question
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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Commentator
Oct
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comment Producing a specific ASCII character in Ubuntu
Now I only need to learn all the codes in hexa.... :(
Oct
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accepted Producing a specific ASCII character in Ubuntu
Oct
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comment Producing a specific ASCII character in Ubuntu
Wow. Exactly what I needed ! Works everywhere like a charm. Thank you.
Oct
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comment Producing a specific ASCII character in Ubuntu
Is there a way to use this when I'm in vi or nano ?
Oct
7
comment Producing a specific ASCII character in Ubuntu
Thats a very nice method.... I can't even find it in the man pages of echo but it works! Is there a way to provide the decimal code instead of the hexidecimal one ? (I learned the decimal codes by heart)
Oct
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awarded  Student
Oct
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revised Producing a specific ASCII character in Ubuntu
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Oct
6
asked Producing a specific ASCII character in Ubuntu
Sep
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accepted Sound skips in Ubuntu
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17
comment Sound skips in Ubuntu
Thanks a lot for your help, Hotei. You led me to the answer.
Sep
17
answered Sound skips in Ubuntu
Sep
17
comment Sound skips in Ubuntu
1- CPU utilization drops drastically when the sound skips. Ram is not affected. 2- The machine is brand new. HDD are on raid 0. 3- How do you re-install the decoders ? I didn't install any. On previous installations of Ubuntu (9.04) I didn't install any decoders either... the default ones worked perfectly.
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awarded  Editor
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revised Sound skips in Ubuntu
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comment Sound skips in Ubuntu
@Xavierjazz : Yes. I'm playing the same media from Windows and Linux (and it works in Windows). The question is still justified :)