kget does not resume downloads automaticly
dwoody1 at airmail.net
Sun Jan 18 18:08:58 GMT 2004
I have been using wget version 1.8.2 (MDK 9.x) and have done downloads
on my dialup line that take several days to complete. It works with
disconnects, timeouts, postfix hogging the bandwith and etc.
The command I use is:
wget --waitretry=15 -c -t 0 -O outputfilename -T 60 URL_TO_GET
On Sunday 18 January 2004 11:48 am, Rainer Wirtz wrote:
> When a download in kget is interrupted (the server does not respond,
> but the internet-connection is still alive), this download is marked
> as "delayed". This means the download will *not* be resumed
> automaticly, I have to put it back into the "Queue" manually.
> How do I make kget to:
> A) *Not* require me to press a button to acknowledge when a download
> is interrupted.
> B) Add this interrupted download to the queue again *without* my
> I'd like to make long downloads during the night, without watching
> the computer. And I'd like them to be finished in the morning. That's
> the purpose of a download manager, isn't it?
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