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With the new version of Wget, it's default encryption type was SSL3 rather than TLS1.0, which is what the site uses. --secure-protocol=TLSv1 made everything work just fine :)


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To get the latest version: Search this page for "mysql-workbench-community-" and copy the filename you need: http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/workbench/ Paste it after this link: http://dev.mysql.com/get/Downloads/MySQLGUITools/ For example: http://dev.mysql.com/get/Downloads/MySQLGUITools/mysql-workbench-community-6.2.5-winx64.msi


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I would chain the wget commands this way: wget http://example.com foo.txt || wget http://example.com/foo.txt.bz2 && bzip -d foo.txt.bz2 The bzip -d command will decompress the archive but only if the wget is successful.


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The issue seems to be that TeamSpeak is using CloudFlare’s DDoS protection in place. See the screenshot at the bottom of the answer. More details on what this protection is/means on this official Amazon page on CloudFlare’s security features: CloudFlare leverages the knowledge of a diverse community of websites to power a new type of security service. ...


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Sounds like CloudFlare might have block your request to the site because you we're accessing the site though a command line. Since they have “I’m under attack” mode enabled on their account, you can only access the site with a normal web browser.


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I am currently having this very problem. This is a safe for work—well it’s a silly comic— example of an affected blog. If found however that the problem happened only in Chrome for me. After a while, I realized that the cause of the issue was the extension “HTTPS Everywhere.” When I installed it in Firefox, I had the same problem there too. And actually, if ...


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Use the --post-data parameter. So your command will end with: --post-data "email=abc@abc.com&file1=@FILE_HERE&file2=@FILE_HERE"


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I’ve noticed this behavior more while on my mobile carrier, T-Mobile. I'm thinking this is some sort of traffic shaping based off of image size or some carrier built “difficulty metric” in retreaving said item. In previous testing—over a year ago—I’ve then shared the broken post to a friend who has Verizon, and the image loads fine. While I can’t test this ...


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I don't think you will be able to achieve this with a keyboard shortcut easily. However, since your running the script in the background could you not just run something like kill $( ps aux | grep '[s]cript_name' | awk '{ print $2 }' ); In the current session? Could make it easier by placing that in a shell script called kill_script_name


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Opera’s download manager should support pausing and resuming; assuming the server supports it. Opera 15+ does not support remote download managers. Well, it kind of does. You could hook up against one using the downloads extensions API. But you would need a wrapper to receive redirected calls from Opera. Copying the links and pasting them into the terminal ...


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UPDATE: It seems the core issue with images not loading stemmed from the way the EFF’s HTTPS Everywhere plugin/extension handled some Tumblr URLs. The developer’s were notified and a fix appears to be in place. This answer basically breaks down the detective work done to uncover the issue as outlined by the initial question and could prove useful for further ...


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I do not know of any software that can do it our of the box. I even suppose you won't find any, as using HTTP URL as SFTP download specification is not common and there's not even any direct mapping from the URL to an SFTP path. If you have a URL like http://samplesite.com/sample1/image1.jpg The file as presented using SFTP will be in ...



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