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Course 3077 & Gozilla...might board on support...

Please bear with me Susan...you can twhack me later if need be.

For those of you that are, or work for partners, you may be aware of the
free download of the SSK files for course 3077.

I've been trying to download the SLED 10 DVD, which is noted as being
4.1GB, using GoZilla and have only succeeded in capturing a 3.8GB size
file.

Have any of you run into this and do you know if the 3.8GB file works okay?
I can't seem to get my VMWare to load it without errors and I've been
unsuccessful in all my attempts to get any file size larger than 3.8GB.

Are there any other download managers that anyone would recommend besides
GoZilla?
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Re: Course 3077 & Gozilla...might board on support...

Mary Matthews wrote:

> I've been trying to download the SLED 10 DVD, which is noted as being
> 4.1GB, using GoZilla and have only succeeded in capturing a 3.8GB size
> file.


What if you just use plain ol' Firefox?

--
Joe
"Mostly me, mostly you."
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Re: Course 3077 & Gozilla...might board on support...

It downloads a 0 byte size file in about 2 seconds and ends it as
"complete".
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Re: Course 3077 & Gozilla...might board on support...


from a Linux box ...

wget -cvt 0 --http-user=username --http-pass=password 'DownloadURL'

there is also a wget for windows
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