Re: 10.04 troubleshoot system freeze



On Thu, 2011-02-17 at 01:02 -0500, Doug wrote:

It's too bad--this looks like a very useful program, if it really can be
obtained.
I'm big on diagnostic routines, but I guess I'll have to pass on this one.

Huh, I just did this:
wayward4now@iam:~$ wget -c
http://www.stresslinux.org/sl/downloads/stresslinux_32bit_11.3.i686-0.6.105.iso.bz2
--2011-02-17 14:28:35--
http://www.stresslinux.org/sl/downloads/stresslinux_32bit_11.3.i686-0.6.105.iso.bz2
Resolving www.stresslinux.org... 83.141.20.131, 2a01:198:3d0::131:51
Connecting to www.stresslinux.org|83.141.20.131|:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 220923819 (211M) [application/x-bzip]
Saving to: `stresslinux_32bit_11.3.i686-0.6.105.iso.bz2'

0% [ ] 968,861 118K/s eta
35m 56s ^C
wayward4now@iam:~$


And ctrl-c'd it as it would have eaten up my Satellite daily usage, but
had I left it running, it sure looks like it would have been successful.
Maybe if you cleared your cache in the browser it would dnload it anew
instead of falling back on a cache'd lousy copy. But, wget -c (continue
from an interrupted transfer) has never failed me. Ric

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