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Date:      Fri, 29 May 2015 08:13:39 -0400
From:      James Keener <>
To:        andrew clarke <>, Matthias Apitz <>,
Subject:   Re: easy to use WYSIWIG editor for VT102
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On May 29, 2015 8:07:19 AM EDT, andrew clarke <> wrote:
>On Fri 2015-05-29 11:05:28 UTC+0200, Matthias Apitz (
>> I'm looking for an easy to use WYSIWIG editor which could be used on
>> VT102 terminals by my 9 years old son (to let him write mails and
>text files).
>> 'ee' is an option, but maybe there is something more fancy supporting
>> this type of terminals.
>Since the late '80s the term "WYSIWYG" has implied a graphical
>bitmapped display, proportional fonts, accurate scaling and so on,
>none of which is provided by a VT102 terminal.
>There are alternatives to ee, for example emacs, nano & jed, but none
>of them are WYSIWYG (and neither is ee).
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On 05/23/15 19:08, jd1008 wrote:
> I have an HP laptop with
> AMD Turion II X2 mobile processor RM-72 / 2.1 GHz CPU, Socket S1.
> It is now causing blue screens in windows, and freezes
>  fbsd, pclinuxos, knoppix, fedora live.
> I have run the x86 mem test for more than a day, and
> found no problems with the 4GB ram (2GB X 2).
> I am wondering why the memtest does not freeze????
> could it be that only one core is causing the problem?
> At any rate I wanted to replace it with
> AMD Turion II Ultra M660 TMM660DBO23GQ 2.7GHz Dual-Core Mobile CPU
> Processor, Socket S1
> Will I be running into any problems?
> Would the heat be an issue?
> These are the full technical data on it:
> General information
I'm think, i'm too late, but make a test with (not testet, but super pi was in the past a good
or (same problem, not testet in the last time)

Start for every core one instance to bring up your CPU to 100% working.


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