Reputation
Top tag
Next privilege 200 Rep.
See reduced ads
Badges
1 7
Impact
~6k people reached

  • 0 posts edited
  • 0 helpful flags
  • 0 votes cast
Jun
2
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
27
comment Filezilla client and VSFTPD : GnuTLS error -12: A TLS fatal alert has been received
I know it's 2 years later, but i'm having this problem now but do not appear to have a file located in "/etc/vsftpd.conf".
Aug
28
awarded  Notable Question
Dec
21
comment APC keeps flushing
Hey I know that is old but did you ever find a fix for this? I'm having the exact same problem now
Dec
17
asked SSH find directories with uppercase letters
Dec
12
awarded  Critic
Dec
12
accepted How to limit connection speed
Dec
11
awarded  Teacher
Dec
8
answered How to limit connection speed
Dec
7
asked How to limit connection speed
Oct
21
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
8
awarded  Scholar
Sep
8
accepted wget starts downloading then stops “cannot write to”
Sep
8
answered wget starts downloading then stops “cannot write to”
Aug
31
comment wget starts downloading then stops “cannot write to”
Yeah I really don't think that's the problem, I just mentioned it as I was copy and pasting from Putty. The real problem the cannot write to.
Aug
31
comment wget starts downloading then stops “cannot write to”
No, no strange characters at all, unless a dot is a strange character e.g. "megapack_4.11.zip". But again i've tried it just with the name "bigfile.zip" and the same problem occurs.
Aug
31
awarded  Editor
Aug
31
revised wget starts downloading then stops “cannot write to”
added 242 characters in body
Aug
31
comment wget starts downloading then stops “cannot write to”
I have tried doing this and without the file input and it downloads around 3gb, but gives the same "cannot write" error.
Aug
31
comment wget starts downloading then stops “cannot write to”
I'm no expert but I think it is running CentOS 6. Also i'm not sure how to check the character representation. Although it does start downloading and downloads other smaller files just fine, so I don't think that sounds like the problem.