[Novalug] wget question

James Ewing Cottrell III jecottrell3@comcast.net
Wed Dec 28 23:38:45 EST 2016


So did I. I just reposted the URL of the results page.

Try it again.

JIM

On 12/14/2016 9:23 PM, Roger wrote:
> Uh, no. I entered the term into the search box on the web site. How
> illogical of me.
> --
> Roger Broseus
>
> (Please excuse tiepos induzed by the droided predictive text tool.)
>
> On December 14, 2016 8:47:28 PM EST, James Ewing Cottrell III
> <jecottrell3@comcast.net> wrote:
>
>     You mean like this?
>
>     http://alternativeto.net/software/filezilla/
>
>     Somebody must have placed a Hex on your Machine. ;)
>
>     JIM
>
>     P.S. Or did you just mean you didn't LIKE the Alternatives? That's
>     Another Story.
>
>     On 12/14/2016 8:32 PM, Roger wrote:
>
>         Just for fun, I tried alternativeto.net
>         <http://alternativeto.net> <http://alternativeto.net>,
>         looking up filezilla. Results not good.
>         --
>         Roger Broseus
>
>         (Please excuse tiepos induzed by the droided predictive text tool.)
>
>         On December 14, 2016 8:20:32 PM EST, James Ewing Cottrell III via
>         Novalug <novalug@firemountain.net> wrote:
>
>         RSYNC and SCP work over SSH while WGET works over HTTP.
>
>         However, if he can Log Into his "web presence" then rsync (there are
>         clients for PCs) would be a good option.
>
>         Recursive wget works quite nicely. Look for the mirroring options.
>         Experiment with a small subset of your tree to see how the
>         directories
>         map out.
>
>         Another way, assuming you CAN log into your Web Presence is to
>         upload
>         everything to Github and then clone it to your PC.
>
>         The Filezilla option seems nice too. There are probably many
>         alternatives to that. In fact, go to alternativeto.net
>         <http://alternativeto.net> <http://alternativeto.net> and type
>         in "wget".
>
>         JIM
>
>         On 12/13/2016 11:20 AM, Peter Larsen via Novalug wrote:
>
>
>         What's wrong with scp/rsync?
>
>
>
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