[CentOS] About wget
Manuel Enrique Chavez Manzano
manny at cmc.cfg.sld.cu
Tue Oct 16 23:12:52 UTC 2007
ok thanks I'm trying the way you said and is working
On Tue, 2007-10-16 at 23:32 +0200, Kai Schaetzl wrote:
> Manuel Enrique Chavez Manzano wrote on Tue, 16 Oct 2007 15:47:27 -0400:
> > what I need is to join those package.
> No, you don't. wget doesn't produce split download parts. If you start
> wget a second time and it finds the filename already exists it adds .1 to
> the new file and so on. All the older files are just failed downloads
> starting at byte 0. If your file isn't as long as it should (tried crc or
> md5?) then this simply means it's not yet completely finished. You may
> *now* want to use the -c switch on it. First remove the old files and then
> rename this existing file to what it should be.
"Nuestra recompensa se encuentra en el esfuerzo y no en el resultado.
Un esfuerzo total es una victoria completa".
|Manuel Enrique Chávez Manzano|
|manuel864 at gmail.com |
|manny at cmc.cfg.sld.cu |
|GNU/LINUX User |
|Using CentOS 5 |
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