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Yan Grossman wrote:
> Hi, sorry, I didn't get it myself and didn't find on archives so I sent> site:www.snowbrasil.com/fotos <http://www.snowbrasil.com/fotos>
> 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
>> on www.snowbrasil.com/fotos <http://www.snowbrasil.com/fotos> cause
> so you see there are about 500 pages. But I can't do a wget
> those are the exact pages I lost. They are not on my server anymore. SoThat sounds more like a Google question than a Wget question, then.
> I am trying to get from google cache.
Just find the cache pages you want, and see what Google's URL for them
is, and feed that to Wget.
That depends greatly on what you want Wget to do with your pages; I
> I would appreciate if you can suggest what command options to use.
can't really help you there without more information.
Micah J. Cowan
Programmer, musician, typesetting enthusiast, gamer.
GNU Maintainer: wget, screen, teseq
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