Deepan | 1 Feb 04:06 2007
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Re: firefox - google video

On Thu, 2007-02-01 at 04:11 +0530, Rajagopal Natarajan wrote:
> On 1/31/07, Deepan <codeshepherd@...> wrote:
> >
> > Hi All,
> >   I am using firefox extension to download google videos. In particular
> > I am using the extension from http://javimoya.com/blog/youtube_en.php .
> > Many times the download stops in the middle. It puts up an error saying
> > the source file cannot be read from server.  does anyone else face the
> > same problem ? Or does anyone have a plugin that works without any
> > problem?
> 
> 
>  https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/4318/
> try this.
> 
> The resume capability would depend on the server and ur download manager
> alone.
> 

The download link looks like the following. 
http://vp13.video.l.google.com/videodownload?version=0&secureurl=twAAAAErZL8oicvznCeRWowejySlbXqAGXfdLCEHu2WSUXAxykd-O5dCSC0-Is2Mk1QxOfPyP4YWT4Cg4LYm0R-GxpfelVtcfPrAQ5nMUu3WkIoCBnqQzhndfXX_o8zUkbSQZX4DklqNoKR5ykcr_p-TL76_uYBuzqqLRyKiHkC_Vucf8v3oYrNwU0K9TbxPWk1uAilgYzBnpWPEyDSN2kP9pqzSlLL70KJoRIK9Rw1Byw79ztVsO8S0-TJ_5eP7iJK3GQ&sigh=kPc0fnfXyFPI7hpowCkTxUMQ8EM&begin=0&len=5198272&docid=5159636580663884360&rdc=1
On click of download link it executes the following JavaScript.

onDownloadClick(&quot;5159636580663884360&quot;,&quot;http://video.google.com/videogvp/HowToBreakWebSoftwar.gvp?docid=5159636580663884360&quot;,&quot;/GoogleVideoPlayerSetup.exe&quot;,ele(&quot;platform&quot;).value)" 

So If you use a download manager, It says invalid link.  I still have to
do more digging to understand this properly.  

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ramesh d | 1 Feb 04:13 2007
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pxe boot

hi,
iam try to install linux via pxeboot ,the pxe server is ready,
but i can,t use kick start it gives bad arrugument --kickstart ,bad command
--nameserver
pls helpme

thnx
ramesh
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Shakthi Kannan | 1 Feb 04:41 2007
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Re: pxe boot

Hi,

--- ramesh d <sat.ramesh@...> wrote:
> iam try to install linux 

Which one?

> via pxeboot ,the pxe server
> is ready,

Where?

> but i can,t use kick start it gives bad arrugument
> --kickstart ,bad command
> --nameserver

Post your configuration file.

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Toufeeq Hussain | 1 Feb 05:10 2007
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Re: Join siva on Yahoo! Messenger!

On 1/31/07, Anant Narayanan <anant@...> wrote:
> > siva wants to talk with you using the new Yahoo! Messenger:
>
> WTF? Does this call for a ban or what?!

hmm since when did Y! resort to spamming one's e-mail contacts ?

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S. Theyagarajan | 1 Feb 06:03 2007

BSNL Broadband

hi all,
          I use bsnl broadband connection.And yesterday tried connecting my
laptop to the internet.I   have set the dhcp and yet unable to connect to
the internet.I do get IP assigned with 192.168.1.4 and the DNS as
192.168.1.1 .but still iam unable to ping any server outside .
What could be the problem ?

i did the same with windows too ,it didnt set the ip at all,all the fields
blank.and when i set the fields myself no change was reflected.could it be
some hardware problem ?

Thanks
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shankar | 1 Feb 07:03 2007
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Re: BSNL Broadband

Try to give DNS as online IPs (Should be starting from 202 series ) and not
your local Gateway IP( I think 192.168.1.1 is your local Gateway IP).

Then restart Your Network Interfaces :  /etc/init.d networking restart

If still it not working, Check your NIC Cable is connected with your switch
properly.

then, Ping your Gateway IP.

Check your NIC links are up by typing ip link show

Check you IP address by typing ifoncifg

On 2/1/07, S. Theyagarajan <taggy@...> wrote:
>
> hi all,
>           I use bsnl broadband connection.And yesterday tried connecting
> my
> laptop to the internet.I   have set the dhcp and yet unable to connect to
> the internet.I do get IP assigned with 192.168.1.4 and the DNS as
> 192.168.1.1 .but still iam unable to ping any server outside .
> What could be the problem ?
>
> i did the same with windows too ,it didnt set the ip at all,all the fields
> blank.and when i set the fields myself no change was reflected.could it be
> some hardware problem ?
>
> Thanks
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Kenneth Gonsalves | 1 Feb 07:30 2007

Re: BSNL Broadband


On 01-Feb-07, at 11:33 AM, shankar wrote:

> Try to give DNS as online IPs (Should be starting from 202 series )  
> and not
> your local Gateway IP( I think 192.168.1.1 is your local Gateway IP).

all i do is choose ppoe, give username and password and leave  
everything else blank and it works. I have not tried the usb thing  
under linux

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Bharathi Subramanian | 1 Feb 07:05 2007

LJ Tech Tip: Debugging Scripts

LJ TECH TIP: Debugging Shell Scripts

This tip comes courtesy of Linux Journal columnist Dave Taylor and No
Starch Press. This is (truly) the last in a series Tech Tips on shell
scripting from Dave where he explains the "how it works" factor behind
debugging shell scripts.

Although this section does not contain a true script per se, it's a
good place to spend a few pages talking about some of the basics of
debugging and developing shell scripts, because it's a sure bet that
bugs are going to creep in!

The best debugging strategy I have found is to build scripts
incrementally. Some script programmers have a high degree of optimism
that everything will work right the first time, but I find that
starting small, on a modest scale, can really help move things along.  
Additionally, liberal use of echo statements to track variables, and
using the -x flag to the shell for displaying debugging output, are
quite useful.  To see these in action, let's debug a simple
number-guessing game.

The Code

  #!/bin/sh
  # hilow -- A simple number-guessing game

  biggest=100                 # maximum number possible
  guess=0                     # guessed by player
  guesses=0                   # number of guesses made
  number=$(( $$ % $biggest )  # random number, b/w 1 & $biggest
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srinivas masna | 1 Feb 08:11 2007
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unable to use curl command

Hi,

i am trying to access my gmail using curl as follows

$ curl -u srinivasmasna:password www.gmail.com
<HTML><HEAD><meta http-equiv="content-type"
content="text/html;charset=utf-8">
<TITLE>301 Moved</TITLE></HEAD><BODY>
<H1>301 Moved</H1>
The document has moved
<A HREF="http://mail.google.com/mail/">here</A>.
</BODY></HTML>

$

any1 please tell me what the above output means and how do i access mails

Cheers,
Srini
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Gopalarathnam Venkatesan | 1 Feb 08:13 2007

Re: unable to use curl command

srinivas masna wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> i am trying to access my gmail using curl as follows
> 
> $ curl -u srinivasmasna:password www.gmail.com
> <HTML><HEAD><meta http-equiv="content-type"
> content="text/html;charset=utf-8">
> <TITLE>301 Moved</TITLE></HEAD><BODY>
> <H1>301 Moved</H1>
> The document has moved
> <A HREF="http://mail.google.com/mail/">here</A>.
> </BODY></HTML>
> 
> $
> 
> any1 please tell me what the above output means and how do i access mails
> 

Read the HTTP RFC (2616).

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