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wget



SYNOPSIS

       wget [option]... [URL]...


DESCRIPTION

       GNU Wget is a free utility for non-interactive download of
       files from the Web.  It supports HTTP, HTTPS, and FTP pro­
       tocols, as well as retrieval through HTTP proxies.

       Wget is non-interactive, meaning that it can work in the
       background, while the user is not logged on.  This allows
       you to start a retrieval and disconnect from the system,
       letting Wget finish the work.  By contrast, most of the
       Web browsers require constant user's presence, which can
       be a great hindrance when transferring a lot of data.

       Wget can follow links in HTML pages and create local ver­
       sions of remote web sites, fully recreating the directory
       structure of the original site.  This is sometimes
       referred to as ``recursive downloading.''  While doing
       that, Wget respects the Robot Exclusion Standard
       (/robots.txt).  Wget can be instructed to convert the
       links in downloaded HTML files to the local files for
       offline viewing.

       Wget has been designed for robustness over slow or unsta­
       ble network connections; if a download fails due to a net­
       work problem, it will keep retrying until the whole file
       has been retrieved.  If the server supports regetting, it
       will instruct the server to continue the download from
       where it left off.


OPTIONS

       Basic Startup Options

       -V
       --version
           Display the version of Wget.

       -h
       --help
           Print a help message describing all of Wget's command-
           line options.

       -b
       --background
           Go to background immediately after startup.  If no
           output file is specified via the -o, output is redi­
           rected to wget-log.

       -e command
       --execute command
           mally reported to standard error.

       -a logfile
       --append-output=logfile
           Append to logfile.  This is the same as -o, only it
           appends to logfile instead of overwriting the old log
           file.  If logfile does not exist, a new file is cre­
           ated.

       -d
       --debug
           Turn on debug output, meaning various information
           important to the developers of Wget if it does not
           work properly.  Your system administrator may have
           chosen to compile Wget without debug support, in which
           case -d will not work.  Please note that compiling
           with debug support is always safe---Wget compiled with
           the debug support will not print any debug info unless
           requested with -d.

       -q
       --quiet
           Turn off Wget's output.

       -v
       --verbose
           Turn on verbose output, with all the available data.
           The default output is verbose.

       -nv
       --non-verbose
           Non-verbose output---turn off verbose without being
           completely quiet (use -q for that), which means that
           error messages and basic information still get
           printed.

       -i file
       --input-file=file
           Read URLs from file, in which case no URLs need to be
           on the command line.  If there are URLs both on the
           command line and in an input file, those on the com­
           mand lines will be the first ones to be retrieved.
           The file need not be an HTML document (but no harm if
           it is)---it is enough if the URLs are just listed
           sequentially.

           However, if you specify --force-html, the document
           will be regarded as 
  
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