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Jul
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comment How to edit this string in cmd
Thanks, but is ist with C or C++ possible too? I don't want to install any software to reach my goal! I want to do it with programms which I can use with commandline. A simple C-File I convert would be better than to install sed.
Jul
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Jul
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comment How to edit this string in cmd
sorry next time i try to say what I want '-.-
Jul
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comment How to edit this string in cmd
I do not want to do it manually, but it will happen automatically in a batch, so this is not an option!
Jul
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Jul
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answered Accessing Ubuntu guest (VirtualBox) node.js server from Windows host
Jul
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asked How to edit this string in cmd
Jul
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comment wget doesn't want to accept GET argument
wget "bootmii.org/…;
Jul
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comment wget doesn't want to accept GET argument
If i use this command wget -O "hackmii_installer_v1.0.zip" "bootmii.org/…;, I get a file hackmii_installer_v1.0.zip, but it isn't the zip-file I want! If I triy to edit it with notepadd++ it shows me the connection-way
Jul
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comment wget doesn't want to accept GET argument
so how have to look like the full command? I didn't get it yet, what you want to tell me
Jul
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comment wget doesn't want to accept GET argument
But if I do this, I get a file like this: get.php@file=hackmii_installer_v1.0.zip&key=43e7ce13e9818c0b4c5737b7d061005606df‌​ad5e
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asked wget doesn't want to accept GET argument