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  1. larynx

    Log file encoding changing from ASCII to Binary

    I'm running Fail2Ban 0.10.1 on FreeBSD 11.1-RELEASE with Nginx running inside a jail. I have Fail2Ban check the Nginx error log file for suspicious activity but the Fail2Ban log file shows a message saying it can't parse some of the lines in the Nginx log file because they're not encoded...
  2. F

    Terminal is printing new line as un-ecaped sequence

    Hi there, I am new to BSD . Whenever I try running python or any other scripts from the internet (outside ports), my terminal/console would not recognize the new line escape sequence. It would just print it as a backslash and an N. for example, if I print the version info of the interpreter...
  3. I

    Japanese characters in filenames

    In my attempt to setup a file server I have encountered another problem: All files that contain Japanese characters in their name are displayed as xxxxx.odt, xxxxx.doc, xxxxxx.pdf etc. I am not using X11 but it should be possible for the console to properly display the filenames. What can be...
  4. S

    Unable to compile gpac-0.6

    Hi, I am trying to compile latest gpac on FreeBSD-10.3 since it comes with gpac-0.5 in ports while we need 0.6 version. So i tried to download latest from github (https://github.com/gpac/gpac.git) but on gmake it gives following error : http://prntscr.com/cy8hbp Can i get any help to fix it ?
  5. uzsolt

    x11/xvt unicode support?

    I want to try x11/xvt but as I see it doesn't support utf8. I can't input accented (hungarian) chars and can't see correctly filenames (output of ls) which contains accented characters. Did I something wrong or x11/xvt really doesn't support utf8? I can't find any relevant information about it.
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