Try "curl https://addons.mozilla.org/rss/?type=3DE&list=3Dnewest".
When using wget, two problems can happen:
1) The certificate is not trusted by your computer (this particular
one is self-signed, it seems).
2) Wget, by default, outputs to a file and not the "standard
output". Curl outputs to stdout by default, so it is easire to use
in this case.
I wonder if I should update the libcurl code that I wrote a while
back and use it for https in Liferea, even though it cannot do some
things that the current netio code can do.
On Wed, Jul 13, 2005 at 02:58:03AM +0200, A. Pagaltzis wrote:
> * Vincent Lefevre <vincent@...> [2005-07-13 02:35]:
> > Liferea 0.9.4 says that the feed
> > https://addons.mozilla.org/rss/?type=3DE&list=3Dnewest
> > is not available. But I can download it with both Firefox and
> > wget.
> Yes. It=E2=80=99s served over HTTPS, which Liferea does not support. Se=
> the =E2=80=9CHow can I subscribe to Gmails inbox feed?=E2=80=9D questio=
n in the
> However, curiously, I=E2=80=99ve not had any luck specifying an externa=
> tool to download these feeds either.
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