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Wget Script generator

http://members.nbci.com/mkodesoft/linux/wgsgen/
WGSGen is a shell download-script generator for wget. It repeats wget commands and flags for each URL you want to download (you can set different options for each URL) which saves time and repetition. You can generate scripts either locally or remotely (ie telnet, ssh, etc) and leave them running. This is particularly valuable in machines with limited permissions and no wget frontend. As of January 22, 2003, the links and emails addresses for this entry are not working. An Internet search has turned up no further information. If anyone has additional information about this package, please contact <bug-directory@gnu.org>.


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released on 24 November 2000

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Required to use Python
Required to use wget

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 22 January 2003.



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