[Slackbuilds-users] error clusterresourceagents and clusterglue.SlackBuild
kingbeowulf at gmail.com
Sat Aug 13 01:34:47 UTC 2011
2 cents worth: I've used FF for ages. There is only ONE (1) condition I
found where FF would change the filename when downloading (unless the server
was obfuscating links): IF you accidentally "multiple click" , depending on
you where and what DE (including Windows), then the filename field in the
pop up dialog will clear to blank OR to whatever file the mouse pointer was
near a file in the list.
However, in this case, the OP is correct. Clicking on the link or "save
link as" in FF 5.01 renames the file. wget the same link does not (ie "copy
link location"). Could this be one of those newfangled "the user is too
stupid to remember the filename if it's a number so lets attach the
directory for him" ergonomic ease of use thingamabobs?
On Fri, Aug 12, 2011 at 5:56 PM, Niels Horn <niels.horn at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Aug 12, 2011 at 7:49 PM, Frerly Hinojosa Aliaga <fhino_5 at msn.com>
> > I'm surprised. Download from the same link with firefox.
> > Do not rename the file.
> > if check .info to verify
> > Edit SlackBuild when this was not the source.
> > Report of possible error.
> Well, let's reach the conclusion that Firefox is nice to browse web pages.
> Maybe not for downloading files, if it decides to change the names.
> If you right-click on the link and choose "save as...", you'll see
> that Firefox knows what the correct name is.
> The script and .info files are correct and work fine.
> Niels Horn
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