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It may be due to many reasons. /*First of all, I gotta say this is more related to serverfault.com not here.*/ It is so ordinary not being able to access the external address of the network from within the internal network and itself since the traffic from the external address is sent back to the internal network. So it can most likely be DNS issue, and as ...


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We suffered the same exact issue and the cause was an MTU misconfiguration, but there are many other possible causes. The key was to sniff traffic on our edge router, where we saw ICMP messages to the server (GitHub.com) asking for fragmentation. This was messing the connection, with retransmissions, duplicated ACKs and so. The ICMP packet had a field, ...


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ok I finally sat down and looked into the contents of the file. It appears that kickass torrents sends a gziped version of the torrent file and the browser quietly gunzips it. so I created the following download script to get the torrent files. #!/bin/bash torr_link="${1}" #perl parses the link and keeps as torrent title whatever comes after the variable ...


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The problem was with the use of -i as this option includes the headers in the output. The strange thing is that unless you do echo "$ACCESS_TOKEN" you won't see the headers polluting the REST response coming back. Simply remove -i and it should work.


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Lila's response is very likely correct- I'm adding this info as an answer to give you more info on how to confirm and fix the issue. You can see which library is being called by running yum with strace: strace yum install mysql-bench Look for a line similar to this: open("/usr/lib/libcurl.so.4", O_RDONLY) = 9 If its a 64 bit system libcurl is usually ...


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This is probably a problem with pycurl, not with yum. You can test this by opening a python terminal and entering import pycurl You should get an error message. This is because some software, such as NetWorker and Matlab Compiler Runtime, has its own version of curl that conflicts with pycurl. I solved my problem by deleting MCR, because I rarely use ...


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Tried all of the above however no luck; used dev browser tool to get user-agent string, once I added the following, success: --user-agent="Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/51.0.2704.103 Safari/537.36"


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wget -nd -r -l1 -P /save/location -A jpeg,jpg http://www.example.com/products Explanation : -nd prevents the creation of a directory hierarchy (i.e. no directories). -r enables recursive retrieval. See Recursive Download for more information. -l1 Specify recursion maximum depth level. 1 for just this directory in your case it's products. -P sets the ...


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Try httrack(1), a web spider that is most useful for creating local mirrors of entire web sites. Homepage: https://www.httrack.com/ Manpage: http://www.httrack.com/html/httrack.man.html The examples in the linked manpage should get you started.


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-K doesn't work like that, it works like this: put -u username:password in the sample.txt file and do curl -K Sample.txt "http://localhost:4502/content/dam/my folder"



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