So what other way is there to at least start off with some text. It does the work for me 90%, and then I need to change "lo" back to "d" etc. With better heuristics you can do magic. And many good OCR softwares actually have selectors for the font to interpret.Nobody wants to have to deal with OCR errors.
echo "U2FsdGVkX18W4nda02laQ63GfQ7RlTsjcO7FXViQlLdujpyaQQ4CuTGznoOySZfANeLVvYqAZ46lGfcdyTDCGw==" | openssl aes-256-cbc -a -d -salt -pass pass:w0rd -md sha256 -iter 123456
Yes, and the solution for computers with keyboards is to install linux after their first round of service. Such computers can have multi decade uses when linux is appplied to them, since it's much better at sipping the power so can still do useful stuff just not at the fastest speed. All of my computers I own are preloved, and still do useful stuff.
I am save because I encrypt my messages
Why after ? What do you do the first round of service with then ? I'm all for your idea of using the same computer for many years, but it can enjoy linux in its first years too, poor thing.Yes, and the solution for computers with keyboards is to install linux after their first round of service.