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This is how I authenticate on some sites with wget. wget --user=username --ask-password url_here/file.bar The --ask-password parameter asks you for a password. Be sure to replace username with your actual username and change the url according to your needs. I think you cannot use wget to access the mentioned apple site.


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I solved my problem with a script that I do it in python 2.7 very simple, I plan to keep improving and maybe try to develop at its own extension but for that I need time and learn how do it. Here is the link to my github code, to the newest in python only need to install python 2.7 and put the script where are the files with the names changed and ...


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Rsnapshot ( a open sourced version of Time Machine) should do that (set the source to the dropbox dir (parent containing the ~250 files)


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Here is what I have done and it worked for me. Apparently this is not an OS issue, it is rather a browser issue. If you are using Google Chrome, go to settings, then go to the very bottom of the page and click on "Show Advanced Settings" then under 'DOWNLOADS' uncheck the part that says you have opted to open some files by default. If you are using Safari, ...


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It looks like: your wget is old and buggy, it doesn't have HTTPS support, server sends a malformed redirection. So it's treating https://foo as if it matched the host:path shorthand syntax for ftp URLs. So if this command fails for older versions of wget, try to upgrade your wget. The more recent versions of wget should recognize it at least as an ...


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Using GNU WGet the following command worked after I got a message about a certificate error: wget --no-check-certificate "http://wordpress.org/latest.zip" Using a cURL version with SSL support also works: curl --insecure "https://wordpress.org/latest.zip" -o wplatest.zip


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Modern flash games can be more parts and pieces, than back when simple flash game making started, you could clear your net temps fully, then refresh the page, and attempt to see what it is made up of (could be more things needed). Modern flash can also have links that tie it to a web site, sometimes added on purpose to keep it on the sites. Try with other ...


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Bandwidth is different than latency. For example, If I put a bunch of hard drives on a plane, I can move hundred of terabytes anywhere in the world in just a few hours. But the time to the first byte is also measured in hours. If I copied the data over the Internet, the time to first byte may be milliseconds, but it would take more than a few hours to move ...


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Downloading it to your computer is easier, its instant and nothing can stop it when playing the file. Streaming is why its slow, because it goes over wifi, which is a wireless signal. So streaming isn't that great. Your better off downloading the files to watch than to stream.


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This is how you do it: Go to the page with the visual, take a look at the source code via your browser, then search for the term 'JPG". You'll see many jpg links here in the code. The one you need, ends on "normalized.jpg" For example: https://d32dm0rphc51dk.cloudfront.net/ecWm__enxZZAp8LS3rqbfg/normalized.jpg Copy and past the link in a new window, and ...


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I would suggest that you test by opening zip files on your computer first, NOT in the browser until this works. If it works on the desktop, but broken in the browser, at least you will have narrowed down the problem. So, here are my suggested step to fix the problem on the desktop. Follow the instructions here to attempt restoring the file associations. ...


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If there are not many individuals who need these files then you do not necessarily need a tracker. Especially if there would be at least one persistent (24/7) peer with a fixed IP address in the "swarm". Most BitTorrent clients support adding a peer to connect to. Simply set up one peer with a fixed IP which would be connectable, then distribute the torrent ...


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I noticed that too in Windows 8.1. The Defender seems to take some time to make the virus check. The main bottleneck is probably your disk. If you had a SSD for the OS, it would probably be faster.



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