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>> "I'm trying to download Solaris Express but I cant he need authentication!!! any one can help me with this??"
i think(if i'm not wrong) it was from this page that i downloaded sol express , cd version here :: HERE ... but you will need to register first if you havent done it yet ... after filling up somekind of forms and if they found out that they do know you personally ... they will send you some magazines and a coffee mug promptly ...
I usually use kget (a frontend to wget). I simply login to my account, agree to the licence and then copy and paste the urls for the isos into kget and a few hours later, the isos have been downloaded.
The problem with your posts is that you are saying "it doesn't work" without specifying exact details and thats not very helpful because it leaves people guessing and you won't get any accurate answers.
although i'm not a cds collector but i have no problems downloading solaris iso , usually 2 or 3 at a time and they burn very well ... all these without any downloading softwares but since somebody had successfully downloaded solaris iso with kget , i think you can try that if you like to use download manager ...
//hmm ... seems that all eyes are on you now ... ^_^