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Re: Migrating Debian installation to a new motherboard

On 2018-11-02, mick crane <mick.crane@gmail.com> wrote:
> On 2018-11-02 07:37, Felix Miata wrote:
>> mick crane composed on 2018-11-02 07:22 (UTC):
>>> I have to do a double check with "l" and "1" and "0" and "O", there
>>> ought to be some way to avoid that.
>> Font selection can make a big difference:
>> 	http://fm.no-ip.com/Auth/Font/fonts-face-samplesM.html
> The 0 with a line through it helps but l still looks like 1.
> maybe if l at the end of a filename use L

When I spell my name over the phone to various interlocutors who have
trouble either with my foreign patronym, my foreign accent, or both, I
say "l" as in Louise.

I often wonder if it's uncomfortable for Louise to have an l in her
like that, but whatever. 

The creative possibilities of this system are quite large and allow you
to slyly express any number of notions under seemingly innocent
orthographic cover.

When you have fever you are heavy and light, you are small and swollen, you
climb endlessly a ladder which turns like a wheel. 
--Jean Rhys, Voyage in the Dark

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