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From man youtube-dl SYNOPSIS youtube-dl OPTIONS (#options) URL [URL...] Here you can see that you can queue your download in youtube-dl by adding your urls at the end. For example $ youtube-dl https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uh0eWc6wmv0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IRe1v9LOObo [youtube] Setting language [youtube] Uh0eWc6wmv0: Downloading ...


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When using wget, the -O option specifies where to download the file to, not the folder. For example, this won't work: wget -O /path/to/folder http://example.com/ But this will: wget -O /path/to/folder/filename http://example.com/ Note that I added filename to the end of the path telling it what the file should be called. If you want to download to a ...


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Are you able to open a web page from your server? I was having the save issue recently. I was able to ssh to my server so I never assumed my internet connectivity was an issue, but I was unable to download updates. Turns out my gateway was set incorrectly. Maybe verify your network settings under /etc/network/interfaces


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The 1st page of releases.ubuntu.com seems to me to explain why: Ubuntu Releases The following releases of Ubuntu are available: Ubuntu 14.10 (Utopic Unicorn) Ubuntu 14.04.1 LTS (Trusty Tahr) Ubuntu 13.10 (Saucy Salamander) Ubuntu 13.04 (Raring Ringtail) Ubuntu 12.10 (Quantal Quetzal) Ubuntu 12.04.5 LTS (Precise Pangolin) Ubuntu ...


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As you pointed out, release.ubuntu.com is intended to hold more common installer image, whereas cdimage.ubuntu.com is for other images, like PowerPC or Kubuntu. In my opinion, Canonical intended to split installers based on their popularity, since Ubuntu installer images are usually distributed using mirrors. Operators of mirror services can choose what ...


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I've had the best luck using DVD media, even though I greatly prefer to use a USB key installer, it just doesn't work on every system. You probably need to use a windows ISO writing tool like http://www.imgburn.com/ which will make it very easy to turn your downloaded .ISO file into a bootable DVD. Of course, you also have to have the BIOS options set to ...


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an additon to Oli 's answer. If you have the playlist (in separate lines) with all URLs in it in a text file to download: youtube-dl --extract-audio --audio-format mp3 --batch-file="/full/path/to/playlist"


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Go to XDA Developer Forums for Android specific questions. Search for your device there and you'll be able to see all the custom ROM's built for your phone.


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Download it again via bittorrent. It's a better way. For many years, I always download Linux distros using bittorrent and always check the checksums. I can't remember any mismatch.


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uGet makes using aria2 much easier but you will not be able to get your download speed past your max internet speed regardless of the number of connections.



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