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access site using command line

sam liyanage
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how to access site using command line?
Maneesh Godbole
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Aruna,

After ~350 posts you should know better than
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As far as your question goes, try this from the command line
firefox http://www.sitetohit.com
OR


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Deepak Bala
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We have a construction site near our work place and I am unable to access it via the command line with the technique you mentioned. What is the reason ?


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Maneesh Godbole
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Deepak,

Is there a brick wall in between? Is it an illegal construction? Are you trying to access it through your door or window? Is your window similar to MS Windows?
Please tell us the details
Deepak Bala
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There is no brick wall. Our network admins however set the building walls on fire. Something to do with security they said. May be thats the reason
Muse Ran
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even you can break the wall (ie., wall on fire) try some craks


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Deepak Bala
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Muse Ran wrote:even you can break the wall (ie., wall on fire) try some craks


There is one in my head. I tried using that and it didnt work
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Take a detour or emergency exit if your walls are on fire!


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Jesper de Jong
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aruna sameera wrote:how to access site using command line?

Use Lynx - a text-only browser that runs on the command line. It's very old, this was commonly used when the public Internet was new, fifteen years ago.....
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But the walls of fire will not be doused with the cool-running water that is Lynx.
Pat Farrell
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real geeks use wget or curl

To get around the firewall, use a proxy. Using wget or curl through a proxy is a mark of a serious geek.

But I don't think that will help the carbon dioxide fumes escaping into the atmosphere from the flames.
 
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