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This is a simple case to solve. With Wget: wget --user=testx --password=testing123 --auth-no-challenge example.com creates the following HTTP Request: GET / HTTP/1.1 User-Agent: Wget/220.127.116.11-5666-dirty (linux-gnu) Accept: */* Accept-Encoding: identity Authorization: Basic dGVzdHg6dGVzdGluZzEyMw== Host: example.com Connection: Keep-Alive This looks ...
Reading wget's manual suggests that nocontrol rather than windows might work better. However, another question wget unicode filename errors indicates that it does not, due to a known problem with wget. So there may be no easy solution.
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