Re: Where is the mysql package?
On Mon, 26 May 1997 email@example.com wrote:
> > > Yep. How about a verbose mode that tells you when you connect, or if it
> > > cant, says so, and then when its done, prints xxx bytes downloaded in yyy
> > > seconds, at foo kb/s.
> > >
> > > something like:
> > > $ snarf -v http://linuxos.org/index.html
> > > connected to linuxos.org:80
> > > getting file...
> > > got 63K in 45 seconds at 1.4K/s
> > > $
> So how about it, huh? =) Snarf is one cool proggie.
wget can do this. It sounds like snarf is similar to this.
debian:~$ wget -v http://localhost/debian.html
Connecting to localhost:80... connected!
HTTP request sent, fetching headers... done.
Length: 2,778 [text/html]
0K -> ..
11:59:34 (452.15 KB/s) - `debian.html' saved [2778/2778]
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