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Re: Question

From: Daniel Stenberg <>
Date: Fri, 24 Jun 2005 07:27:49 +0200 (CEST)

On Thu, 23 Jun 2005, Bael wrote:

>> No, there's no such option.
> well is there a way to stop it trying to recive the headers?

No, there's no such option.

>> Did it really stop like this?
> nope, but everything that followed was jibberish, and figured you guys
> didn't need to see that

You are certainly not making it any easier for us to help you. Why didn't you
say you cut off the output and why? It would've saved us another roundtrip of
mails and it would've saved me time.

If you want our help, I think you should start thinking about how you can make
it EASIER for us to help you. By providing clear answers that are rich with
details that help. We have no *obligation* to help you, you know.

So can you now show us what the last pieces of the --trace-ascii output looked

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