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Res: Res: curl ntlm failing with domain part

From: Fábio Gomes <>
Date: Mon, 13 Sep 2010 12:01:16 -0700 (PDT)

No, Dan,   The authorization pair are strings from A-Z.   It would be nice if curl had separated options to supply domain, user and pass.   I'm kinda lost because the error only occurs when I add "domain\". Thanks, man ________________________________ De: Dan Fandrich <> Para: Enviadas: Segunda-feira, 13 de Setembro de 2010 15:38:42 Assunto: Re: Res: curl ntlm failing with domain part On Mon, Sep 13, 2010 at 11:26:05AM -0700, Fábio Gomes wrote: >  It is a Linux. And yes, I already tried to escape the backslash with another > backslash as you noted without success. Are there any other characters that need escaping?  If not, then it could be that the server doesn't like curl's NTLM interpretation. As far as I know, curl's implementation was reverse-engineered, and there are modes that it doesn't support that Firefox may. >>> Dan ------------------------------------------------------------------- List admin: FAQ: Etiquette:

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