Being unable to resolve the host is a network condition between you and the 
Twitter API. I'd check your DNS settings on your machine/server.

stream.twitter.com is up and working fine for me.

On 15 Jun 2011, at 21:47, Perez2, Rocio (GE, Corporate, consultant) wrote:

> Hi!!
> I was using the Search API but now I want to change to Sream API. I have this 
>  doubt,  I hope you can help me:
>  
> First I try this: curl 
> http://stream.twitter.com/1/statuses/sample.json?delimited=length 
> -uAnyTwitterUser:Password
> Since prompt, but it return this:
> Couldn't resolve host 'stream.twitter.com
>  
> Is there something wrong with my instruction? Or I’m missing something?
>  
> I’d appreciated your help.
>  
> Thank you J
>  
> 
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