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Re: [Bug-wget] Fwd: Trying to download HTML from Google's Cache. Pls hel
Re: [Bug-wget] Fwd: Trying to download HTML from Google's Cache. Pls help
Mon, 10 Nov 2008 15:14:06 -0800
Hi, sorry, I didn't get it myself and didn't find on archives so I sent it again. Sorry, I will just wait next time.
Anyway, I did read the manual and got a pretty good understanding of how it works. I could probably run it now pointed to a regular domain and download the files.
But in this case, I am trying to download from Googles Cache, so I can't use my domain. I think I need to go through Google domain to mine. Do you know what I mean?
here is how I see all my pages on google cache
so you see there are about 500 pages. But I can't do a wget on www.snowbrasil.com/fotos
cause those are the exact pages I lost. They are not on my server anymore. So I am trying to get from google cache.
Please let me know if it makes sense now.
I would appreciate if you can suggest what command options to use.
On Mon, Nov 10, 2008 at 2:47 PM, Micah Cowan <address@hidden>
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Hm, I got the message pretty quickly, actually.
Yan Grossman wrote:
> Seems like this message didn't go through. Please see below. Thanks
What were you judging from, the list.gnu.org archives? Because those
only update every few hours. The Gmane archives (now that they're set
up) tend to update instantly, so they may be a better reference for
checking on messages you've sent.
I see you subscribed, so I guess maybe you didn't manage to get your own
mail. I'm not sure why that would be. :\
Your question seems pretty vague, so I'm not really sure what you're
> I am trying to download some files from my site that I have lost from google's cache.
> I think google has about 500 pages that I lost from my site in its cache. I can't figure out how ro run wget to grab those cached pages.
> They are all under the folder /fotos/ on my domain.
asking for. You can find out how to use Wget by reading the manual,
which should have come with your copy of Wget; it's also available
online at http://www.gnu.org/software/wget/manual/ (that manual is for
the most recent release, Wget 1.11.4).
After reading the manual, please feel free to come ask about any
specific issues you encounter.
Micah J. Cowan
Programmer, musician, typesetting enthusiast, gamer.
GNU Maintainer: wget, screen, teseq
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