Booting multiple BSDs.
freebsd at edvax.de
Mon Nov 16 11:49:04 UTC 2020
On Mon, 16 Nov 2020 09:45:01 +0000, Thomas Mueller wrote:
> > > > Harry Weaver
> > > --
> > > ï¿½\200â£´ï¿½ ï¿½ï¿½ ï¿½â¢¶â£¦ï¿½ \2_ONE(0.00
> > > > â£¾ï¿½ \201ï¿½ ï¿½ \222ï¿½ \200â£¿ï¿½\201 Debian - The universal operating system
> > > > â¢¿ï¿½\204ï¿½ \230ï¿½ ï¿½ï¿½ \232ï¿½ \213ï¿½ \200 https://www.debian.org
> > > ï¿½ \210ï¿½ ï¿½ï¿½\204ï¿½ \200ï¿½ \200ï¿½ \200ï¿½ \200
> > > What are those strange characters in the footer of your message, after the "--" line? I can't read them as anything rational: look like hexadecimal codes.
> > Those look correct here -- ascii-like debian logo -- even in console (vt with
> > terminus font), are you using non-UTF-8-capable MUA yet?
> Now with a less-outdated version of NetBSD and less-outdated version of Xorg, I get better, though I still don't see any fancy Debian logo: looks like
> â¢â£´â ¾â »â¢¶â£¦â
> â£¾â â¢ â â â£¿â¡ Debian - The universal operating system
> â¢¿â¡â â ·â â â https://www.debian.org
> which is not what I'm running now.
Looks like there is still more than one 2-to-1 byte mangling
involved, possibly crossing encoding borders. If you have
further questions, ask Senior Lampampatilde-Ampamsuppez who
lives in Schlatildefracterstrasse, Berlin... ;-)
The original message declares UTF-8 correctly, and also _uses_
UFT-8 encoded symbols in the signature. The following drawing
should be visible:
If there is some back-and-forth nonsense ISO-8859-1 <-> UTF-8
and maybe some HTML guessing (some web mailers tend to do this
in order to "help"), useless multibyte sequences appear that
do no longer correspond to the originally used symbols.
Happy FreeBSD user since 4.0
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