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Donald Allen wrote:
> The result of this test, just to be clear, was a page that indicated
> yahoo thought I was not logged in. Those extra items firefox is sending
> appear to be the difference, because I included them (from the
> livehttpheaders output) when I tried sending the cookies manually with
> --header, I got the same page back with wget that indicated that yahoo
> knew I was logged in and formatted with page with my preferences.
Perhaps you missed this in my last message:
>> Probably there are session cookies involved, that are sent in the first
>> page, that you're not sending back with the form submit.
>> --keep-session-cookies and --save-cookies=<foo.txt> make a good
Micah J. Cowan
Programmer, musician, typesetting enthusiast, gamer.
GNU Maintainer: wget, screen, teseq
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