Re: capturing octet streams - unknown MIME types
Date: Mon, 5 Jul 2004 17:42:48 -0700 (PDT)
Thank you Daniel for the response.
The site I'm trying to wget or cURL does in fact
the cookies in the browser in any combination or
allow them in any combo, the download proceeds.
So my guess is the cookies do not govern the
using wget, I fed the cookie file to no avail. I
wget a generic page. I supplied a useragent,
thinking the site examines it... it didn't help.
I think my problem is how to wget/cURL an
Like I said, I'm new to this.... I could be not
feeding the right params.
Here is a sample page of the site
The problem I'm trying to solve is when you click
any 'download' icon, e.g. :
Any further help is greatly appreciated.
--- Daniel Stenberg <daniel-curl_at_haxx.se> wrote:
> On Sun, 4 Jul 2004, Upuaut wrote:
> > Using wget, I attempted to capture files, but
> was unsuccessful.. the server
> > returns a page saying the file has moved
> (302) and serves a generic
> > barebones page. I'm guessing this is becuase
> wget can't capture octet
> > streams and/or unknown mime types (or I don't
> know how to make it do so)
> I think you're wrong. wget is a highly capable
> tool and "octet streams" are
> just a name for byte-oriented data.
> I think you get the problems because the server
> requires cookies or something.
> > I looked around and found that curl could do
> curl can too, yes.
> > My question is: how?
> Give it a URL and it'll transfer it. Try the
> > And would I be able to do the same with wget?
> You mean transferring a file over HTTP? Most
> often wget can do it too, yes.
> Daniel Stenberg -- http://curl.haxx.se --
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Received on 2004-07-06