Subscriber FAQ

How do I download from the command line (wget, curl, etc....)?

When downloading from the command line first make sure the full url is in quotes. Example:
$ curl -O "http://stacklet.com/dl...."

With wget, use --content-disposition if the filename is mangled:
$ wget --content-disposition "http://stacklet.com/dl...."

I have paid for a subscription, how do I activate it?

If you have never registered with the site, please register. You will need your Paypal Transaction ID. Enter it in the registration form at the bottom. If the order number is valid and you have agreed to the Subscriber Agreement you should be able to download immediately. If there is a problem activating the subscription please contact us

If you already have an account on Stacklet, please login and enter your Paypal Transaction ID into your user profile page in the Subscriber Info tab (screenshot below). Your subscription will be enabled upon completion of the form and you should be able to download immediately. If there is a problem activating the subscription please contact us


Subscriber Info

I am having a problem running one of the downloads, please help

Please read our main support page first.

If there is a problem using one of the download files please create a ticket. Following the guidelines on that form will greatly expedite the support process.

Why Am I Getting "ERROR 503: Service Unavailable" When Attempting a Download?

If you are using a download accelerator please turn it off or use a different client. We had to implement an anti-accelerator filter due to occassional excessive loads on our main server.


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