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I had the same issue. There is an O.S. upgrade available which you have to install first. The document viewer only installs on the latest O.S. version, and that is newer than the one the tablet was shipped with.
If there is a lock file in /home/phablet/.config/osmscout.fransschreuder, delete it.
zsync basically does what Jakob Lenfers suggests in his answer, but BitTorrent has proven to be the better alternative where it is available and the network connection can at least transfer some bits correctly it will get the job done for you with the least hassle for a client/receiving device. A more consumer-friendly version would be Syncthing.
BitTorrent is also a possibility, as it ensures that each piece of the file(s) matches the original signatures. Will also reduce server loading if many people need the file.
Since you didn't mention any, I expect you don't have any restrictions regarding ports or programs on both sites. I would download it via http with a client that can resume (e.g. wget -c). Then check the md5sum. If there is anything wrong with it, which I don't expect, I would then use rsync over ssh, which should transfer (only) the rest. Alternatively you ...
Solved by getting the CURL command to go from the browser to download the .csv
This is the download link for Ubuntu 15.10 desktop 64bit: http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop/thank-you?version=15.10&architecture=amd64 Just download that. Ignore what WinRAR says. Next, you burn the ISO file to a DVD. In a recent Windows version: right-click on the file you downloaded, and choose 'Open with > Windows Disc Image Burner'. That's ...
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