adam beecher wrote:
>> They provide checksums and what I have didn't match; another reason to
> believe it's corrupt, despite my being able to mount it.
>> Unfortunately the download is protected by a web-based login, so downloading
> with wget wouldn't be trivial (I'd need to look at the cookies, etc).
>> I tried it with lynx and the file was sent as text, so I researched
> downloading from a link (press 'd', I now know) and that gave me a wonky
> filesize again.
>> I'll see how my second download goes before I try wget.
Novell recommend that you use wget.
What a load of shit you have to put up with when you use
non-free software :-)
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