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comment Personal /etc/hosts?
@Tetsujin this is incorrect. Yosemite or any older versions of OSX, as well as any Linux and FreeBSD distributions that I know of, works with /etc/hosts.
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comment Using wget and manually assing Range header
took some time to figure your answer. I haven't actually compiled my version for that but makes sense. cURL handles it better already. Thanks.
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comment Will a quick format delete files on a flash drive?
Linux FTW, most of the times when I mounted a disk which Windows decides it's faulty, worked perfectly when mounted to linux; then you can back up the files, format it and copy them back.
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comment Using wget and manually assing Range header
@Paul, I have changed the command I wrote here; the actual was 10024-, yet I have tried many ranges, I guess the problem is in somewhere else
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comment Using wget and manually assing Range header
@Robert of course. if you look at the log of normal continuous download procedure, you can see it.
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