w3c validation UTF-8 encoding error

With w3c validator you could get this error:
«Sorry, I am unable to validate this document because on line 3400 it contained one or more bytes that I cannot interpret as utf-8 (in other words, the bytes found are not valid values in the specified Character Encoding). Please check both the content of the file and the character encoding indication.» 
That could be because you have some files included in the php file checked by w3c validator, like an .inc one, not encodeed as UTF-8.
To fix this oproblem you have to encode all the components of a php file as UTF-8.

batch change encoding to UTF-8 for several text (php) files

You can use recode
recode UTF-8 *.php -v

provided that all the files have the same encoding.
Otherwise you can try with something like
iconv -f US-ASCII -t UTF-8 *.php

a minor problem

It could be an apparent problem if there aren’t non-ascii characters in a file: then these files are yet recognized, with
file -i --mime-encoding *
as us-ascii.
So you can add a non ascii character, like è:
sed -i -e “$aè” *.php

and afterwards redo the command “recode” as above and replace some ascii expression, like agrave; with UFT-8 à character.
Eventually you will delete the “è” from the end of the files.

How to change encodig of “.srt” Subtitle File in UTF-8

To encode your SRT file in UTF-8 (for instance: “video.srt”), please follow this process:

1. Rename (F2) the “video.srt” file with your PC in “video.srt.txt”.
2. Launch a text app, like Kate.
3. Click on the “File” menu then select “Save the file as…”.
4. In coding option, select “UTF-8”. Then save your file.
5. Rename (F2) the file “video.srt.txt” to “video.srt”.
Done!

from: Zappiti Player 4K [EN]

permission denied

If you get rhis error message even you have all the rights, probably you are trying to run the command on a mounted partition that had the “noexec” flag on.
So change partition, .f.e. try your /home.

amule: how get an “almost” high-ID

If you can’t get a real high-ID with aMule you can try this trick (in an executable bash script):

#!/bin/sh

while :; do
   amule &     # run in background
   sleep 240
   killall amule
      # or   wmctrl -c aMule
   wait         # in case amule needs time to close
done

This script close aMule after 240 sec, and then restart aMule, indefinitely, so that his speed remains acceptably high.