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Trying to set up a cron job to update stats daily...

Discussion in 'Keyword Tracker' started by AfterHim.com, Jun 11, 2005.

  1. exam

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    #21
    I'm not sure. Try replacing the period with %2E and see if it works. Do you have anything else in the username or password that is not a a letter or number? Also, you could try connecting to the url
    http://username:password@www.digitalpoint.com/tools/keywords/?action=login
    just to see if it works.
    SEMrush
     
    exam, Jun 20, 2005 IP
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    #22
    I also get "No such file or directory"

    I have curl installed and it works with other curl jobs
     
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    #23
    Does anyone have a solution?
     
    Johnburk, Aug 23, 2005 IP
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    #24
    It works fine for me. If you have non-alphanumeric characters in your password, you might want to try changing them. AfterHim never got back about if that was a problem.
     
    exam, Aug 24, 2005 IP
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    #25
    non-alphanumeric? I do not know that word.

    My password consists of nummers, caps and normal letters.

    It just can find a directory or file :(

    I use cpanel. What do you use?
     
    Johnburk, Aug 25, 2005 IP
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    #26
    Can anyone please help me out?
     
    Johnburk, Aug 28, 2005 IP
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    #27
    No such file or directory is curl missing, if it was a problem with the URL you it would be curl giving an error and it wouldn't look like that.

    If you don't have curl installed, try using wget (just replace curl with wget in the command).
     
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    #28
    Can wget run from cpanel? because my hosting has cpanel and has curl installed.

    Wget would be a good option if I had my windows system running all the time.

    Thank you for the advise.
     
    Johnburk, Aug 28, 2005 IP
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    #29

    I'm afraid I don't really know anything about Cpanel, I always just use a shell.

    However from what I have read of this thread, there is an option to run cronjobs, and you can specify when and what to run, so if you change the command to "wget youURL" that will do the same as curl yoururl.

    When it's confirmed to work, you should be able to use "wget -q -O - youURL > /dev/null 2>&1" if you want it to surpress output.
     
    blinxdk, Aug 28, 2005 IP