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Nope, no download caps that I know of. Especially since I have downloaded iso's of 600MB+ on my Mac and when I used to have Winblows....
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    Nope, no download caps that I know of. Especially since I have downloaded iso's of 600MB+ on my Mac and when I used to have Winblows.

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    kbk, try resuming the download with...

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    wget -c http://***_etc
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    It didn't resume it, just restarted it. We'll see what it gets to this time. I found a download manager that comes with KNOPPIX called Kget, that froze up at 2%..

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    Quote Originally Posted by kbk
    It didn't resume it, just restarted it.
    You have to start wget -c from the same directory where the original (partial) file is located. If wget cannot find the original chunk, it does not resume, but starts downloading from the beginning.

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    Oh, ok I'll try that then.

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    Doing that from the directory where it was being downloaded to, I get this:
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    wget -c http://server1.download.filefront.com/ujeduwipjv+/pub2/Return_to_Castle_Wolfenstein_Enemy_Territory/Official_Demos/Linux/et-linux-2.55.x86.run
    --07:03:15--  http://server1.download.filefront.com/ujeduwipjv+/pub2/Return_to_Castle_Wolfenstein_Enemy_Territory/Official_Demos/Linux/et-linux-2.55.x86.run
               => `et-linux-2.55.x86.run'
    Resolving server1.download.filefront.com... 38.118.213.34
    Connecting to server1.download.filefront.com|38.118.213.34|:80... connected.
    HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 206 Partial Content
    Retrying.
    
    --07:03:16--  http://server1.download.filefront.com/ujeduwipjv+/pub2/Return_to_Castle_Wolfenstein_Enemy_Territory/Official_Demos/Linux/et-linux-2.55.x86.run
      (try: 2) => `et-linux-2.55.x86.run'
    Connecting to server1.download.filefront.com|38.118.213.34|:80... connected.
    HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 403 Access Forbidden
    07:03:17 ERROR 403: Access Forbidden.

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    I'd try another mirror...
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    Still doesn't work, when I run wget -c it still says the same thing *cries*.

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    Do you get a download when starting fresh using wget minus the -c on any of the mirrors? If so, let i download until it halts. Then use the same command but include the -c. Do you have plenty of room on your hardrive for the download? After all, it is fairly large...
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    I have tons of room, when I let it download until it stops and then use that command I get the same results. It's what I've been doing all along.

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