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The is a comprehensive guide on downloading in proprietary format (arf), and then converting to wmv on the Webex website, both for owners (host through managing interface) and viewers (non-host through URL link) http://support.webex.com/support/documentation/help/index.htm#9398.htm


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You can have multiple versions of Java JDK installed at the same time. You can, then, set the version of the JDK to use within terminal. You can also set the version you want as the default in, ~/.bash_profile export JAVA_HOME=`/usr/libexec/java_home -v '1.6*'` export JAVA_HOME=`/usr/libexec/java_home -v '1.7*'` export JAVA_HOME=`/usr/libexec/java_home -v ...


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Install Firefox as an administrator - Right click, Run as Administrator.


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There are two ways you can do this using Curl. In this first method you would the -O flag to write out the file based on the remote name from the URL; in this case it would most likely write the file out to the system as IMAGENAME.ISO?md5=hUhpyFjk7zEskw06ZhrWAQ&expires=1454811899; note how the URL value is contained by double quotes since & and ? ...


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Use wget "http://some.ip.in.here/website.com/IMAGENAME.ISO?md5=hUhpyFjk7zEskw06ZhrWAQ&expires=1454811899" Explanation: There is "&" character in the url. On linux and alike systems, this makes it a background process. Solution it to enclose url in double quoutes (") so that its treated as one argument.


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If you are just trying to get a reasonable filename the complex URL, you can use the output-document option. -O file --output-document=file Either of these forms will work. As noted previously, be sure none of the special characters in the URL are getting interpreted by the command parser.


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I'm using CentOS 7 + Apache, the only command that resolved my issue is it (because I tried chown+chmod before): sudo setenforce 0 #disable SELinux And then, I can download the file (in my case, anyfile.zip), but, it can open the doors for attackers write and execute code.


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I know this is an old question but in case anyone else comes across this issue, it could be browser extensions that are slowing things down. Enter: chrome://extensions/ Into the address bar and you can disable/enable (or delete if you want) any installed extensions and see if it makes any difference to your speed.


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Most likely, the ISP will use some form of (deep) packet inspection. In the most simple case, the ISP will distinct browsing traffic from other traffic by looking at the destination TCP ports. Any traffic going to destination port 80 and 443 will be classified as browsing, all other traffic will be classified as downloading. It could even be that the ISP ...


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browsing packets size = 1500(bytes) and download packets size not same as browsing packets size(bigger packets for web browsing), if you Have bad Internet experience then you couldn't open any webpages but you could download, you can open cmd and type: ping 8.8.8.8 -t -l 1500 this test of your internet quality for web browsing , then i think it only for ...


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Assuming Safariā€¦ Prefs > General > uncheck Open "safe" files after downloading. Alternatively, & imho far preferable, just have your destination folder visible next to your browser and just drag & drop pictures to it from the web site.


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How can I set the result of the following command to be a variable called model? wmic computersystem get model The output of this on my system is: Model VPCF22L1E Note the extra blank line. I've used VPCF22L1E to test the batch file. Use the following batch file (test.cmd): @echo off setlocal enableDelayedExpansion for /f "usebackq skip=1" %%i in ...



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