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Try this: wget -c "http://ipc.informatik.uni-freiburg.de/Planners?action=AttachFile&do=get&target=seq-opt-base.tar.bz2" Note that change view&target to get&target and quote the link.


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Etherape is a really neat monitoring tool to keep tabs on the network, just specify the devices to monitor. sudo apt-get install etherape


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By opening system monitor, (Dash-> Search "System Monitor") and clicking on the "Resources" tag, you can see if your computer is using data. This lets you find if your machine is the cause of the data usage. From there, the program "nethogs" will let you identify processes' individual bandwidth usage. http://nethogs.sourceforge.net/ If you would like to ...


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Both parts of this question (downloading in mp3 and downloading a playlist) are supported by youtube-dl: youtube-dl --extract-audio --audio-format mp3 <url to playlist> Note that older versions of youtube-dl struggle with modern playlsits. You might need to replace the repo version with the latest version.


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There are a lot of instructions you can find using your favorite search engine. E.g.: www.xmodulu.com/... For this Playlist it would be: youtube-dl -t https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYH8WvNV1YEnNVnJb5ZXxDCE2HDAVVo4M I hope I could help you!


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You can use Download Helper. Its an add-on extension to Chrome. It can be downloaded from here, and through the extensions add-on under the tools menu.


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Video DownloadHelper works well with Firefox. I don't know about Chrome though.


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No, VLC is free.You can download it without any fee.


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To change the icon, right click on the Downloads folder and select the Properties option. Now click on the folder icon in the properties window. It will give you an option to select a custom icon. Navigate to /usr/share/icons/Humanity/places and select the appropriate icon. To add an entry in the places menu, you have to edit the ~/.config/user-dirs.dirs ...


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It seems that the Chrome tries to execure the default action, so to download only the file, just right click on a link, then select save link as... or the variant is to copy link to a clipboard, and then open a terminal, type wget, and press Shift+Insert to insert the link into a command line, so it be: wget url Then press Enter.


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I'm going to assume that you're on windows, and having trouble with what to do with the Ubuntu iso. Options include Creating a bootable cd/dvd Creating a bootable usb (Ubuntu help page or Universal USB Installer on http://www.pendrivelinux.com/ Using a virtual machine (VM) program like VirtualBox to boot the iso & run it in a VM


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You can use curl. Make a file that contains the following: #!/bin/bash curl -o target/path/filename URL Where target/path/filename is the folder you want to save it to /tmp and URL is your specified link. So #!/bin/bash curl -o /tmp/world.o http://example.com/your.file If curl is not installed, you can install it with sudo apt-get install curl.


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I will answer my own post again. The problem was that the maas nodes didn't have network connectivity. I have turned maas controller into a gateway/router edited resolv.conf on every node and when I got internet connectivity through the maas controller and host resolution charms installed without a problem. I would recommend everyone who faces this problem ...


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Do you use Firefox? if that, DownloadHelper can achieve it easily. Or you can download the html5 via a free video downloader online, where you just need enter the url of the html5 video you want, this free service would get the video soon. You may click here to get more details. Best html5 downloader


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Download all music files off of a website using wget - wget -r -l1 -H -nd -A mp3 -e robots=off http://example/url This will download all files of the type specified after "-A" from a website. Here is a breakdown of the options: -r turns on recursion and downloads all links on page -l1 goes only one level of links into the page(this is really important ...


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#include <stdio.h> #include <stdlib.h> // for using system calls #include <unistd.h> // for sleep int main () { char body[] = "forum-post-body-content", notes[] = "p-comment-notes", img[] = "img src=", link[200], cmd[200]={0}, file[10]; int c, pos = 0, pos2 = 0, fin = 0, i, j, num = 0, found = 0; FILE *fp; for (i = 1; i ...



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