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Issue when download from OTN with wget in Linux

Lisa Song-Oracle
Lisa Song-Oracle Member Posts: 1
edited Apr 17, 2014 2:17PM in Downloads Issues

we are trying to download oms software from otn usign wget and if fails with OTN aggreement issue.

--2014-03-28 12:10:48--

Connecting to|xx.xx.xx.xx|:80... connected.

WARNING: certificate common name âââ

                                                                     Proxy request sent, awaiting response... 302 Moved Temporarily

Location: [following]

--2014-03-28 12:10:48--

Connecting to|xx.xx.xx.xx|:80... connected.

Proxy request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK

Length: 5307 (5.2K) [text/html]

Saving to: âdownload-fail-1505220.htmlâ

100%[==============================================================================================================================>] 5,307       --.-K/s   in 0s

2014-03-28 12:10:48 (321 MB/s) - âdownload-fail-1505220.htmlâ



this file is downloaded and says about "OTN license agreement"

how to agree this with wget command line?"

"i am trying to download software from otn website (  - attached screenshot. i get the url from otn website.

then i used wget utility to download from our linux server:

wget --no-cookies --http-password=xxxxxxxxx --no-check-certificate

the download fails as mentioned earlier downloading url"" content."


  • user13283765
    user13283765 Member Posts: 47
    edited Apr 17, 2014 3:04PM

    Hello All,

    I second this. I can download updates but download from OTN fails.

    What is Oracle's stand on this point?

    I'm just thinking of how does one manage to build software and distribute it, if you need to have send users to go and create an account to download, say Oracle Express Edition? Is this different if you are an Oracle Partner?

    I've used the "cliget " firefox plugin and ten copied the curl to my server and this worked. However, this still requires me to login and accepted eula.

    Thanks in advance for any suggestions and insight.


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