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I just used this: http://podbay.fm/. You can listen online or download - pretty impressed with it TBH!


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Microsoft's decision to take down the Digital River ISOs,leaving the Microsoft Software Recovery website as the only option, left OEM owners out in the cold, since in order to download an ISO one needs today the product-key of a retail version of Windows. However, one can still head to the Microsoft DigitalRiver Mirror, a German mirror that has done an ...


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Limewire does indeed support Torrent peer-to-peer networking as well as gnutella. Older versions of Bearshare support gnutella, later versions have a proprietary sharing service. Both of these networks are fully distributed and do allow for searching without a central database. The two Wikipedia articles I've linked to contain a good starting point for ...


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VLC has integrated the Lua scripting language to allow users to do things at different times in the playback pipeline. One of the extension points that VLC exposes via Lua is called a playlist extensions. With this type of extension, you can take the URL passed to VLC and transform it to a new URL or set of URLs. VLC ships with some default Lua ...


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Using the chrome Feature: Copy as cURL. For details, check this post And don't forget to use the -o train.zip options, which switch to save it to a file. Otherwise, it'd print the entire content on the console.


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Splitting related connections across different providers would only be possible if you had a single IP address reachable/routeable from both providers. That IP would normally be provided to you as part of a larger block of addresses via BGP. And if you had that, you would be able to do this with BGP using a feature called path pre-pending and local ...


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The short answer is: in 95% of the cases it cannot be done, and yours falls within that 95%. First, let me say that it makes little sense to speak of routing separately upload and download, because even intense download tasks require that some packets flow backward to the source, i.e. any download requires some upload flow (This is less true for UDP than ...


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Technically speaking, this capability is inherently built into all networking built on top of IP (you must have a publicly routable IP address), and activated just by changing your client-side routing table. Most likely traffic intended for the ISP's own local network would continue to be sent through that interface, while all other traffic will go out ...


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Although it is practically impossible to separate upload and download between connections (as described in details in other answers) there is possible manual workaround. You can manipulate default connection, switching it depending on task you wish to start. Default connection on Windows is first connected interface, its order is calculated by Metric ...


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You would have to have an overlay (tunnel) connection that supports different endpoints for upstream and downstream traffic. The only protocol that I know of that supports that natively is LISP (Locator Identifier Separation Protocol). If you can find a LISP ISP near you you might be able to buy service from them in addition to your current connections. It ...


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It's possible to use both internet accesses to share the load of download/upload, but always only per connection. So one TCP (or UDP) connection can go only via one link. This is mentioned also in the other answer - for outgoing TCP packets you must receive acknowledgement packets and these must go via the same interface. You could manually alter the ...


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This is not possible. Acknowledgements are an integral part of Transmission Control Protocol. If you split incoming and outgoing data distinctly between two interfaces you would be inherently disabling the acknowledgement component of the protocol. TCP is a connection-oriented protocol, which means a connection is established and maintained until the ...


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This problem has been fixed in the latest release of youtube-dl. To install the latest release, you should use pip to update it as your package manager might not be providing the latest updated release. To update it using pip, use this command: sudo pip install -U youtube-dl After the update, everything works normal. I got this info after filing a ...


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I can't download that image with my browser either getting "The page isn't redirecting properly" error, so this may as well be a correct wget behavior. I suggest you try to download some other image to confirm. For example http://cdn.sstatic.net/superuser/img/sprites.svg opens fine for me. If you need to download a file which is only accessible from a ...


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If you are using Google Chrome and like to use others web drivers beyond Google Drive. You can use the Chrome extension Ballloon. The official web site : http://ballloon.com/start. It works with Google Drive, OneDrive, Dropbox, Box, Copy, SugarSync.


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Yes and no. The download server WILL allow it, because you're making requests from two different IPs. There is a way, but here's what you need: Two different connections Two routers on different subnets (ex: 192.168.1.0/24 and 192.168.2.0/24) Speedify on the Unlimited plan for unlimited bandwidth. OK, once you have these, here's what you do: Set one ...


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Try HTTrack, specifically WinHTTrack. It can be quite fiddly to get it working - it's very very aggressive, if you don't clamp down HARD it will fetch URLs from every other domain the site links to - but I'm 99.9% sure it will do what you want. I would recommend you spend a long time fiddling with this program before giving up, I'm certain it's exactly what ...


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Use WGET. You'll need Linux and WGET, or WGET for Windows The command you'll need to run: wget --user-agent=Mozilla -r -l 1 http://example.com/linkpage


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I believe google chrome can do this on desktop devices, just go to the browser menu and click save webpage. Also note that services like pocket may not actually save the website, and are thus susceptible to link rot. Lastly note that copying the contents of a website may infringe on copyright, if it applies.


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Interesting question! I'm partial to command-line utilities whenever available so in this case I'm using the following: PDFtk Server Wget for Windows Both are portable (PDFtk is available only as an installer but you can copy pdftk.exe and libiconv2.dll elsewhere and uninstall it if you want). You can of course substitute Wget with cURL or whatever you ...


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Chrome extensions There are some Chrome extensions that allow you to select multiple links and then trigger the needed option through the context menu - I can name two: uSelect iDownload and Linkclump. Both extensions allow you to download several files at once, and setup multiple actions to perform after the download is complete. PS: there are a lot ...


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Figured it out myself. You want to open installed Free download manager then go to Options > Settings > Monitoring then tick the box Google Chrome it will then ask you for permission, then to close the Chrome (if it's open) then will automagically download and install extension. Hope this saves you some time.


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The OpenVPN connect client you are referring to is part of the OpenVPN Access Server. Since the Client seems to be bundled into the Access Server, client updates are probably distributed together with Access Server updates (I may be wrong here, it has been a while since I've used that product). You can download the connect client from your own OpenVPN ...



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