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January 14, 2012
:: for Windows :: use current date for filename wget -O %date%.atom --no-check-certificate https://gist.github.com/svnpenn.atom :: honor the content-disposition header when choosing filename wget --content-disposition --user-agent Mozilla/5.0 forum.aircrack-n g.org/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=11633.0;id=802
January 10, 2012
The f4fpackager is a command line tool available for Windows and Linux that you use to convert your source media files into the necessarily-fragmented files required for streaming. You can get the packager for free on its own, or use the version that ships within Flash Media Server 4.0 and up. The process is fairly simple and quick-much faster than encoding the source files to begin with! To run the packager in Windows, at the command line, “cd” into your Flash Media Server or Apache web server installation’s “tools\f4fpackager” folder. From here, easily run the packager by simply typing “f4″ (then Tab), and let the command window auto-complete your prompt to launch f4fpackager.exe.
January 9, 2012
:: If you leave out the %1 it will just open a blank notepad ftype no_ext=notepad "%1" assoc .=no_ext