Is there a pop up asking if you trust the update site which you click 'no' or something like that? 1 HTTP/1.1 301 Moved Permanently 2 Server: Git 3 Content-Type: text/html 4 Location: 5 Expires: Thu, GMT 6 Cache-Control: max-age=600 7 Content-Length: 178 8 Accept-Ranges: bytes 9 Date: Thu, GMT 10 Via: 1.1 varnish 11 X-Served-By: cache-sy65-AU 12 X-Cache: HIT 13 X-Cache-Hits: 6 14 X-Timer: S1387419470.680541754, VS0, VE0 15 Vary: Accept-Encoding 16 Connection: Keep-Alive 17 Age: 763 Location: [following] ---- = `p2.index' Resolving cucumber... Connecting to cucumber.github.io[220.127.116.11]:80... Abstract Http Client.execute(Abstract Http Client.java:820) ... On Wednesday, December 18, 2013, thiner wrote: Yes, I installed it via the update site.
The majority of performers are women, but there are also male and transgender performers.
The development of the internet has completely transformed the way we do business; and the “oldest profession” is no exception.
In a world of online chatrooms, webcam performers can market anything from conversation to explicit sex acts.
This creates something of a paradox: performing an explicitly pornographic act via a webcam carries no repercussions, but if the same show is recorded and uploaded, the performer can be liable to a fine of up to £10,000.
After accept license, the installation seems fails at the final steps. Connecting to cucumber.github.com[18.104.22.168]:80...