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    Default Downloading websites for offline viewing

    I'd like to have local "mirrored" versions of several useful websites available offline.

    Any recommendations?

    wget?

    I found a program called "pavuk" but having trouble meeting dependencies:
    bt ~ # pavuk -X
    pavuk: error while loading shared libraries: libssl.so.6: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
    Suggestions and/or recommendations are appreciated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theprez98 View Post
    I'd like to have local "mirrored" versions of several useful websites available offline.

    Any recommendations?

    wget?

    I found a program called "pavuk" but having trouble meeting dependencies:

    Suggestions and/or recommendations are appreciated.
    There was this fun little program called WebSnake out a few years ago. I don't think you can get it anymore, but I may still have a copy of it.
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    use this........really cool......

    http://download.httrack.com/cserv.ph...httrack.tar.gz

    it's the nux version of course but i never build it under linux so i don't know a word of the dependencies needed.........

    and there's a gui & command line versions

    .......
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    Sorry, I only know about Windows programs for this. Want em??

    I gotOffline Explorer Enterprise

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    Teleport Pro

    Pm me if you need em.

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    Teleport pro for windows and wget for unix. Prez I have a explanation in a book that explains the wget method if you would like it

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    Quote Originally Posted by shamanvirtuel View Post
    use this........really cool......

    http://download.httrack.com/cserv.ph...httrack.tar.gz

    it's the nux version of course but i never build it under linux so i don't know a word of the dependencies needed.........

    and there's a gui & command line versions

    .......
    http://spiderzilla.mozdev.org/
    Firefox extension too! (apparently broken for linux...boo!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by theprez98 View Post
    I'd like to have local "mirrored" versions of several useful websites available offline.

    Any recommendations?
    If I am doing that under windows, I tend to use Teleport pro.
    I have not tried too many under linux, but WebHTTrack is the best I have found so far. Not tried it under BT yet but as you brought this up, and reminded me about it, I will probably try it soon.

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    yep its a wonderfull software really !!!

    i used it for years in windows.....

    will build a module.......may be useful(with the firefox extension too)

    by the way Balding_Parrot it's the same as me
    winhtttrack=win version
    webhtttrack=linux gui
    htttrack=linux command line

    Watch your back, your packetz will belong to me soon... xD

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    Quote Originally Posted by purehate View Post
    Teleport pro for windows and wget for unix. Prez I have a explanation in a book that explains the wget method if you would like it
    wget help would be useful. I'm playing around with httrack too. Always nice to have more than one option.
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    The linux port of httrack also includes webhttrack which is a web interface.
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