On 8/3/2010 2:56 PM, Curt Howland wrote:
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I've wanted to do one thing with wget that just seems like it should
be easy, but I haven't been able to get a combination of "recurse"
and "level" that will do it.
All I want to do is download all the files in a specific directory.
The directories are viewable, for example,
But wget http://media.mises.org/mp3/MU2010/ just gets the index.html
file, wget http://media.mises.org/mp3/MU2010/* returns an error, and
the one time I put -r for recursion, it started downloading
everything in the http://media.mises.org/mp3/ directory!
Does anyone have a trick? Using Konqueror and click-and-dragging every
single file is a long, boring task that wears out my mouse.
Check out: http://www.delorie.com/gnu/docs/wget/wget_31.html it has some
neat tricks for wget, perhaps some along the lines of what you want. I
would test a few but my server is too smart for wget and flat out tells
it where it can go.
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