Re: wget question



On 2010-08-03 15:56 -0400, Curt Howland wrote:

All I want to do is download all the files in a specific directory.
http://media.mises.org/mp3/MU2010/

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!

wget -r -np http://media.mises.org/mp3/MU2010/

Add -l1 if you don't want the subdirectories.

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