I need to download a PDF behind a log-in page on a scheduled basis.
2. select drop-down
3. download file
Is there a way to automatize this? Which tool? On a Mac?
on 07/16/2012 – Made popular on 07/16/2012
I want to to download some subtitle files, stored in rar files form http://subs.sab.bz/ The site provides rss feeds for its new releases. Unfortunately, the link provided will open a download page, but will not get the file.
The download page has a button in the middle, and clicking on it will trigger the download of the desired file.
galaxy note 2: when I select (save image) or when I press DOWNLOAD icon in any site, the screen shines more & after a while a message came with: unfortunately, internet has stopped suddenly !! then the web page I was surfing closed by itself.
I am running a big ftp server on Proftpd, i need to limit the 1 same file download per IP so that customers download files should not download same file at a time. Is there any tool or method of doing it.
This is the senario , i need to download a 4GB of single file at one shot, means if any interuption occured in the middle of the download , the entire file will be removed automatically. unfortunately i'm not able to download that file since my modem is going off during the low voltage period.
I'm having an odd problem with a largish FTP download. Using wget, python ftplib and lftp, when I download this particular file (~241 MB of text/CSV information), the entire file will download but then it stops and has to be manually killed. This same file downloads perfectly from another Arch machine in a different location.
Generally, when i download a file, firefox will opened a small download's window for me.
Let's say ... if I minimize both windows.
The window, which able to be re-maximized is the download's window only.
I unable to maximized the FF's main window.
Is it normal? how can it be solved?
In order to re-maximized the main window is:
I select the downloading file, and open the download page.