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Resuming 'reposync' File with 'wget'?



If only reposync had an inbuilt wget: that it can resume a big file from
till where it was done. It would be so helpful for us who work over slow
connections to the Net like 32kbps. Just now I got up from sleep and
this was the output in the reposync window, the last few lines:

[updates: 1882  of 3119  ] Downloading nexuiz-data-2.3-2.fc7.noarch.rpm
nexuiz-data-2.3-2.fc7.noa 100% |=========================|  77 MB
46:10     
nexuiz-data-2.3-2.fc7.noa 100% |=========================|    0 B
00:30     
nexuiz-data-2.3-2.fc7.noa 100% |=========================| 3.1 MB
02:37     
nexuiz-data-2.3-2.fc7.noa 100% |=========================| 178 MB
108:22     
nexuiz-data-2.3-2.fc7.noa 100% |=========================|  72 kB
01:44     
nexuiz-data-2.3-2.fc7.noa 100% |=========================|  99 MB
59:22     
nexuiz-data-2.3-2.fc7.noa 100% |=========================|    0 B
00:30     
nexuiz-data-2.3-2.fc7.noa  16% |====                     |  43 MB
106:47 ETA 


So, this is the sixth time it is downloading the same
file .nexuiz-data-2.3-2.fc7.noa The biggest one was the fourth one: 178
MB. Every time it is starting afresh. Can wget be used like that with
reposync? 

--
das


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