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Re: wget and refused connections

> > If wget gets a refused connection, it seems to quit, even with the
> > "-c" option.  Does anyone know a way around this?
> Please read the manual page:
>        -t num --tries=num
>               Set number of retries to num.  Specify 0 for  infi­
>               nite retrying.
> I hope this is what you are looking for,

Thanks, but nope.  I tried that before I posted.  On the first refusal, wget stops.  It looks like it was meant to handle this case, though.


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