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Aug
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accepted wget - Only save if return code is 200, delete otherwise
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comment wget - Only save if return code is 200, delete otherwise
Thank you, nice method. Michael Hampton helped me solve the problem in chat earlier. the solution was to change a flag in my router nvram and use --max-redirect 0
Aug
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comment wget - Only save if return code is 200, delete otherwise
Let us continue this discussion in chat.
Aug
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revised wget - Only save if return code is 200, delete otherwise
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Aug
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comment wget - Only save if return code is 200, delete otherwise
that's the problem, it's not empty. Instead it's a long error page.
Aug
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comment wget - Only save if return code is 200, delete otherwise
@MichaelHampton Could my problem be caused by using the -O option with wget? the manpage says it's the same as using >
Aug
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comment wget - Only save if return code is 200, delete otherwise
Different responses based on user agent. Is that a good idea? And I'm using my own because I figured no one wants me fetch my ip every 60 seconds.
Aug
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comment wget - Only save if return code is 200, delete otherwise
@MichaelHampton nice domain, that must have cost a lot.
Aug
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comment wget - Only save if return code is 200, delete otherwise
@MichaelHampton I wrote my own 78.47.35.18/ip-raw.php, it's a one liner <?php echo $_SERVER["REMOTE_ADDR"]; ?>
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asked wget - Only save if return code is 200, delete otherwise
Jul
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comment root directory permissions changed to 777 by mistake whats now?
for future reference, reinstalling world in ubuntu is apt-get --reinstall install $(dpkg --get-selections|grep install |grep -v deinstall|awk '{print $1}'), fuzzy memory but tested code
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comment Ping mystery (Comcast)
63% loss here .
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awarded  Teacher
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answered Network monitoring tool for FreeBSD
Apr
23
comment Hidden Features of Linux
@Wadih.M:this is the way:ssh through 443, send back a udp packet from remote machine to another port with netcat.send another udp packet from where you are to the remote machine.congrats.the port is punched.
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