So, as prompted by the Apache download site, I have generated a hash for my new NetBeans download. It STRONGLY encourages me to compare my generated hash with their official hash file.
To check a hash, you have to compute the proper checksum of the file you just downloaded ; then compare it with the published checksum of the original.
Well I generated my own, but it doesn’t appear that they actually have an official published checksum for NetBeans. Should I be worried?
I am using linux. What I need to know is what can replace the question marks.
In the terminal
sudo apt-get install ?
In my C program
I am trying to write a C game, and I need to use a graphics library for obvious reasons. I chose opengl. Now what?
Besides the down or up arrow, is there a convention of colors to distinguish between download and upload.
I have two buttons like these
and these too
But I feel that there’s not enough visual difference for the actions. I thought of blue or red for download but I’m not 100% sure those are correct.
I’m familiar with the concept of downloading a file and manually checking it against a published checksum. See How to verify the checksum of a downloaded file (pgp, sha, etc.)? and Is there a command line method by which I can check whether a downloaded file is complete or broken? for examples.
I would now like to maintain my own list of target URLs and expected checksums, something like:
https://example.com/file.tar.gz, SHA123456... https://example.org/list.txt, SHA1A1A1A...
…and automate the download-and-check process.
Before I make the mistake of hacking my own solution, is there an established way to do this on a Debian-based distro?
I would like to download all the files for a MOOC course. I believe the directory the files are in has private access, while the files have public access.
The server is an AWS server so I understand they have a CLI.
So what would the approach be, on Linux/Ubuntu, for downloading the files with the AWS CLI?
but secondly, can this be done with just a bash script?
Is there a way to print all the files in a directory if you only have access to the files?
I don’t need the full script, just a workaround to get a list of all files in the directory: https://s3.amazonaws.com/edx-course-spdx-kiczales/HTC/
should look something like this:
more-arithmetic-expression-starter.rkt more-arithmetic-expression-solution.rkt tile-starter.rkt tile-solution.rkt compare-images-starter.rkt compare-images-solution.rkt more-foo-evaluation-starter.rkt ...
Anyway, I already went through manually and found each name of the file in the directory, but since I might complete more courses and they will more often than not host material files in the same manner, I would love if there was a bulk approach to downloading files from a (AWS) server.
thanks for your help
I have a user whose permission level to a certain subsite is customized.
I’m currently investigating about user permissions and I found out that the minimum permission in order to download a file in SharePoint browser is the
View items permission.
However, downloading Office files (like
docx, xlsx, pptx) gives me an
Unauthorized Access error, so I investigated again and I found out that it needs the
Open Items permission together with the
View Items permission in order to download any kind of files (including Office files).
My question is: What is in the
Open Items permission that make the
Unauthorized Access error not occur in downloading Office files?
Or what is the Office files that makes an error when permission is only
How Internet download Manager resumes the download from the paused ones after the connections have been closed. Does the web application also need to support the feature to resume the Downloads.
My Steam download speed is very slow (about 800 Kbytes/s maximum and it drops to 0 sometimes). My internet connection is goood and I have the right region at download settings.
i usually download my ubuntu themes from Gnome-look.org. but how i can make sure that downloaded themes are safe? thanks for help