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Old 04-15-2004, 12:42 PM   #1
krajzega
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How to knit some .part files? overnet/mozilla


I use overnet0.51.2 and sometimes I have no time to finish some downloads. I can find a few .part files, in ../temp directory...and I dont know how to knit them into one file. I mean for example movie. Is there any way to do that (except manually knitting using streams, file1 >> file2 etc.)?
 
  


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