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The --http-user and --http-passwd are only useful in conjunction with basic authentication on the website. This is rarely used and easily recognised as the username and password are prompted outside of the web pages asking for a username and password, and prompting the server says: . The site most likely uses some other scheme to query username and ...
Technically they should both use the same way of resolving addresses, however ping is likely not going to try resolving IPv6 addresses at all (AAAA records) and query directly A records as it's an IPv4-only tool (ping6 does IPv6 ICMP requests). A configuration issue I've seen in some load-balancing DNS servers backed by named (the same should apply no mater ...
Your only question seems to be: In this case, will I never get my links converted over? I guess not. You could try this with a partition limited in size and see what wget does when it runs out of space (or use the --quota option, presumably it will still convert with that). I can understand why this is the strategy. If this were done on the fly, ...
On BSD/OS X sed -i '' 's/;/\ /g' mp3.txt && sed -i '' s'/^/wget\ https:\/\/ssl.gstatic.com\/dictionary\/static\/sounds\/de\/0\//g' mp3.txt && sed -i '' s'/$/.mp3/g' mp3.txt && chmod +x mp3.txt && ./mp3.txt using sed.
Easily: while read -d ';' word; do wget "https://ssl.gstatic.com/dictionary/static/sounds/de/0/$word.mp3"; done < file Explanation while read -d';' word will read each line from file, and save each ;-separated word (because of -d';') as $word. This is then passed to wget which downloads the file.
This works for me: for word in $(tr -d \; < wordlist.txt); do wget https://ssl.gstatic.com/dictionary/static/sounds/de/0/$word.mp3 done
you can use a software called black widow: its GUI and it will download it to hardrive Black Widow
Something like this with httrack will do what you want. $ httrack \ 'http://unix.stackexchange.com/users/20661/rubo77?tab=activity&sort=all' \ -* +*question* -r2 This won't proceed past the first page of pagination of that page. You could likely modify it so that it could. It could also be looped through the pagination pages too. The above ...
The -i switch allows you to specify a list of URLs to download: $ wget -i mylist.txt Additionally, -P allows you to specify a path prefix, in your case: $ wget -i mylist.txt -P /var/www/ajax/libs Another solution could be to cd to your directory first: $ cd /var/www/ajax/libs && wget -i mylist.txt Finally, the -x switch can allow you to ...
Since you didn't specify, I'm assuming you are using wget to download the file. If this is the case, try using it with the -c option (e.g. wget -c <URL>). Please notice that in case the protocol used is ftp (the URL looks like ftp://...) there is a chance the remote server uses an old/ancient ftp daemon which doesn't support resuming downloads (newer ...
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