One thing I am sure.... I used the correct login name and password :))). I
am trying to download all the files using ftp client.... but being behind
http type of proxy means that I can only download one URL at the time
:(((.... what the task to prepare a script file with all URL's and target
Can I try to issue wget comand manually with all the option for user name,
password and the proxy setting? I would like to see where is the problem.
From: J.A. Bezemer [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Saturday, December 16, 2000 12:39 AM
To: Jerzy Miszczyk
Subject: Re: pseudo-image...
On Thu, 14 Dec 2000, Jerzy Miszczyk wrote:
> I am behind Microsoft Proxy Server v2.0. and I can not download the
> pseudo-image. I use the following set of commands:
> set DONTUSENCFTP=DONTUSENCFTP
> set HTTP_PROXY=http://user:email@example.com:80/
> make-pseudo-image binary-i386-1.list http://www.uk.debian.org/debian
> And in the log file I am getting the following response :(
> --23:31:42-- http://www.uk.debian.org:80/debian/README.non-US
> => `pseudo-image.download.1'
> Connecting to proxyast.gmsi.co.za:80... connected!
> HTTP proxy request sent, fetching headers... done.
> 23:31:42 ERROR 407: Proxy authentication required.
> Our network guys are less than useless. Am I doing something wrong? Or
> something must be done on the proxy?
Second strange thing tonight... AFAICT you're doing everything alright.
The only two things I can think of are that you either used the wrong
user/password or that the wget implementation of proxy-authentication has
Anyone else on the list ever encountered anything like this?