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wget

 
Download files from the Web. Supports HTTP, HTTPS, and FTP. More information: https://www.gnu.org/software/wget.
 
  • Download the contents of a URL to a file (named "foo" in this case):
     
    wget {{https://example.com/foo}}
     
  • Download the contents of a URL to a file (named "bar" in this case):
     
    wget --output-document {{bar}} {{https://example.com/foo}}
     
  • Download a single web page and all its resources with 3-second intervals between requests (scripts, stylesheets, images, etc.):
     
    wget --page-requisites --convert-links --wait=3 {{https://example.com/somepage.html}}
     
  • Download all listed files within a directory and its sub-directories (does not download embedded page elements):
     
    wget --mirror --no-parent {{https://example.com/somepath/}}
     
  • Limit the download speed and the number of connection retries:
     
    wget --limit-rate={{300k}} --tries={{100}} {{https://example.com/somepath/}}
     
  • Download a file from an HTTP server using Basic Auth (also works for FTP):
     
    wget --user={{username}} --password={{password}} {{https://example.com}}
     
  • Continue an incomplete download:
     
    wget --continue {{https://example.com}}
     
  • Download all URLs stored in a text file to a specific directory:
     
    wget --directory-prefix {{path/to/directory}} --input-file {{URLs.txt}}

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