welcher editor ? nur wirres zeug bei twonkyserver.ini

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bjoern.metz
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welcher editor ? nur wirres zeug bei twonkyserver.ini

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hallo zusammen,

versuche die logindaten vom twonky media server aus der *.ini zu löschen,
aber weder mit nano noch mit vi bekomme ich was vernünftiges angezeigt.

hat da jemand nen tip für mich ?
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Mijzelf
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Re: welcher editor ? nur wirres zeug bei twonkyserver.ini

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That are wide characters, 2 byte per character.

If you are using Windows, I'd use WinSCP to download the file to your PC, and PsPad or Notepad++ to edit it, and then put it back using WinSCP.

bjoern.metz
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Re: welcher editor ? nur wirres zeug bei twonkyserver.ini

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wide characters ?! ... wtf !?!?

why do they do that ?! there is really always someone who thinks he has to do some special crap!
Mijzelf hat geschrieben:
Mo 23. Mär 2020, 21:20
and then put it back
I didn't really want to make it that difficult ... but if it has to be :?

thx mijzelf !




** wide characters ... the stuff which my nightmare tonight are made ** :lol: :twisted:

Mijzelf
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Re: welcher editor ? nur wirres zeug bei twonkyserver.ini

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bjoern.metz hat geschrieben:
Mo 23. Mär 2020, 22:14
wide characters ?! ... wtf !?!?

why do they do that ?! there is really always someone who thinks he has to do some special crap!
Actually it's quite common. Wide characters are used to have a bigger character set, so you can include Chinese and smilies in your text. But in most cases you won't notice wide characters are used, as most editors fully support them, especially on Windows, where wide characters are more common than on Linux. Don't know how it is now, in Windows 7 many of the system text files (.inf and .ini) were wide character. You can see that because the character count in an editor is half of the size in bytes. In Linux in most cases UTF8 is used, a way to encode unicode characters in 8 bytes characters.

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