On 9/3/2014 11:26 PM, Bradley Stone wrote:
Can I ask why you need/want cURL?
No, you cannot.
It really is not about getting cURL working as much as it is about getting
a handle on what needs to be done when this happens. I've ran up against
this before. Besides, cURL is a pretty basic necessity in the Unix/Linux
world. Not as much because of what I can do with it but because various
scripts and utilities depend on it working correctly.
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