Errors downloading this evening
roadcone at gmx.com
Sat Jul 16 08:02:44 EDT 2011
On 15/07/2011 22:47, Christopher Woods (CustomMade) wrote:
>> I always use the Windows command prompt to do my d/l. If you
>> give me the command to check out the server I'll give it a go
>> (though this evening, things are much back to normal with the
>> occasional slooowww d/l which times out).
> Good man yourself! Big boys use the command prompt ;-)
> I usually specify --verbose to get all the grimy details. The server
> connected to is listed amongst the various connect info. --streaminfo will
> show the media stream URLs. --debug will show everything including the
> kitchen sink.
Since last night, all that I have tried have come down cleanly. I have
just tried and succeeded with a Now Show. I did a --streaminfo and
pasted that into a text file which can be obtained here:
I'll continue to add --streaminfo to d/l so that if I get a problematic
one, I will have captured the info.
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