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Something like this? for i in {7101..7200} ; do wget -q -O - http://www.ellinofreneianet.gr/sound.php\?id\=$i | grep ".=podcast/." ; done The wget options are -q quiet, show no progress etc, and -O - write output to stdout. Not every page has a mp3 link there; Some even ones show a page which could be the 404 error page. The pages starting from 0 also ...


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assuming your talking about this. Product Information Overview If you need to purchase Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion, you may order it from this page. The most current version of OS X is OS X 10.9 Mavericks. To learn more, please click here. What do you receive: An email with a content code for the Mac App Store. Note: Redemption codes are usually ...


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Yes there is a difference between Mbps and MB/s. The first is millions of bits per second and the second is megabytes per second. There are not quite inter-convertible since there is overhead included in the MB/s calculation and the Mbps is raw transfer speed (it doesn't care what is transmitted, data or overhead). So if you divide Mbps by 10, you get ...


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The solution with wget would be something like: wget --header="Authorization: token <OAUTH-TOKEN>" -O - \ https://api.github.com/repos/<owner>/<repo>/tarball/<version> | \ tar xz --strip-components=1 && \ cp -r <dir1> <dir2> ... <dirn> <destination-dir>/ Notes: --strip-components=1 will ...


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My Fix as of 09/09/14... Go to this site: http://www.itechfever.com/fix-google-chrome-virus-scan-failed-error/ Scroll almost half way down to "Another Method to Fix Virus Scan Failed Error." Use another computer, I used my Chrome book, to DL the very small "Virus Scan Fix" file to a USB drive. Copy to the troublesome PC, extract the .rar file and run ...


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To configure the maximum download or upload limit performed via uTorrent for a predefined period of time.see the following steps Open uTorrent Click the "Options> Preferences> Transfer Cap" First check the box next to "Enable Transfer Cap" In the Bandwidth cap set the maximum amount of data to be downloaded/uploaded (the value can be in GB or MB) ...


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You do not have to limit uploading completely. Most modern torrenting clients provide a cap for your upload speed. uTorrent is no different. You can click on the "U: current speed" portion of the GUI in the bottom right side of the client with a right click, and then select your desired speed. For example, if your maximum upload speed is 100 kb/s, you could ...


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I had similar issue. After some thought and reading the POP configuration settings again and again, I figured out my problem. I had configured my email as POP on multiple devices (home computer, office computer, phone). So, if any mail was downloaded in any of the devices first, it would not download in outlook / windows mail. Read this setting for POP ...


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Rename your podcast in list by simple rmb -> "Podcast settings", from something non-english to english. Have same problem ( with same "Echo Moscow" :) ), works for me. This create correct folder for your podcast


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You can try with a workaround. The milestons are: Download the full list of files and store it in file Change the final part of the filenames Download only the files with modified name. You need a file filter.awk similar to this /^--.*-- http:\/\/.*[^\/]$/ { u=$3; } /^Length: [[:digit:]]+/ { print u; } Step by step: wget -r -np --spider ...


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The submit button makes a request to server which means you should have the serverside code and this is impossible (without hacking). And yes, hacking is bad. You can press Ctrl+S to save what you see but you can't make it run as it is.


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You can't. The web page is not the only part of this application. There is a back-end program creating the images that it generates that is not available to download. A server program that creates images like this on the back end is ImageMagick. You would have to have the front page form (which you have via downloading) - a back end form processing ...


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If your GUI program that created your partfile doesn't offer you a way to continue the download, you can try to resume it from the command line with wget (I think you can get that on Windows). wget --continue YOUR_URL -O YOUR_PART_FILE The result will depend if the part file is trivial, i.e., something akin to what wget would create in the first place and ...


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Well. Here is a bash script downloading images by categories. It's ugly but it works (maybe). I met trouble with some polish characters( Google translate told me that) and am sorry that you have to test it yourself. To run this script, you should have cygwin installed on Windows. When installing cygwin, you should check wget as well. Then save the srcipt as ...


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Jdownloader is my personal preference, but there are many apps that will follow and download all links to a depth you select.


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If you're using Firefox, FlashGot is a free, popular, and safe extension for downloading all images from a website. I used it years ago. Nice to see that it's still actively developed.


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Although the answer of @harrymc points to the right document, it doesn't say precisely which settings need to be changed and how to fix this. As pointed out by @crazypotato, Firefox should normally rembember the last option selected and preselect that in the dialog window. On one of my computers this worked fine, on another it did not. To solve the issue ...


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I highly recommend youtube-dl Project hompage: http://rg3.github.io/youtube-dl/ Github repo: https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl open source feature rich great documentation cross platform (almost entirely written in python) supports over 400 video sites actively maintained (5k+ commits and counting) It's awesome, you're missing out if you don't use it. ...


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The default actions are determined via the file MimeTypes.rdf, so this file is the one that you should modify once to suite your preferences, then copy to new installations. Here is an extract from the documentation : Attributes General RDF:about - identifier NC:description - the name of the file type that will be displayed on the ...


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Using the "Webpage, Complete" option via the Save option of the browser should get most of the page elements in a folder with the same name as the web page title. For dynamically generated web pages, you may get a different set of files related to the main web page, with each viewing. Some web pages fetch images only when the page is scrolled. For such ...



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