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  1. #1
    Arkan       Arkan
    13.10.2006
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     WGET



    WGET :

    ,

    ???

    wget -drc **



    ???


    1 20


    wget -mc http://....
    m -
    c -

    ?

  2. #2
    Recording RADIO RECORD Andrew_nsk    Andrew_nsk    Andrew_nsk      Andrew_nsk
    27.09.2006
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    -P

    1

    vinet# wget http://radio.1nsk.ru:8000/RECORD -P /home/Uri
    --22:49:31-- http://radio.1nsk.ru:8000/RECORD
    => `/home/Uri/RECORD'
    Resolving radio.1nsk.ru... 217.70.119.181
    Connecting to radio.1nsk.ru|217.70.119.181|:8000... connected.
    HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
    Length: unspecified [application/ogg]

    [ <=> ] 99,293 74.70K/s ^C
    vinet#
    Padio_rip_by_Andrew Icq903312
    2007_live_from_Andrew
    ftp://ftp.adslclub.ru/pub/music/Club/Radio Record/Live from Andrew
    mp3 http://radio.1nsk.ru:8000/RECORD2

  3. #3
    Arkan       Arkan
    13.10.2006
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    Andrew_nsk,


    - wget 1nsk ( )

    top

  4. #4
    Recording RADIO RECORD Andrew_nsk    Andrew_nsk    Andrew_nsk      Andrew_nsk
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    -w seconds
    --wait=seconds
    Wait the specified number of seconds between the retrievals. Use
    of this option is recommended, as it lightens the server load by
    making the requests less frequent. Instead of in seconds, the time
    can be specified in minutes using the "m" suffix, in hours using
    "h" suffix, or in days using "d" suffix.

    Specifying a large value for this option is useful if the network
    or the destination host is down, so that Wget can wait long enough
    to reasonably expect the network error to be fixed before the
    retry.

    --waitretry=seconds
    If you don't want Wget to wait between every retrieval, but only
    between retries of failed downloads, you can use this option. Wget
    will use linear backoff, waiting 1 second after the first failure
    on a given file, then waiting 2 seconds after the second failure on
    that file, up to the maximum number of seconds you specify. There-
    fore, a value of 10 will actually make Wget wait up to (1 + 2 + ...
    + 10) = 55 seconds per file.

    Note that this option is turned on by default in the global wgetrc
    file.

    . ...)
    ...
    Padio_rip_by_Andrew Icq903312
    2007_live_from_Andrew
    ftp://ftp.adslclub.ru/pub/music/Club/Radio Record/Live from Andrew
    mp3 http://radio.1nsk.ru:8000/RECORD2

  5. #5
    pavelg       pavelg
    16.09.2007
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    CTRL+C ???

  6. #6
    Recording RADIO RECORD Andrew_nsk    Andrew_nsk    Andrew_nsk      Andrew_nsk
    27.09.2006
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    ...
    Padio_rip_by_Andrew Icq903312
    2007_live_from_Andrew
    ftp://ftp.adslclub.ru/pub/music/Club/Radio Record/Live from Andrew
    mp3 http://radio.1nsk.ru:8000/RECORD2

  7. #7
    Arkan       Arkan
    13.10.2006
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    CTRL+C


    - CLRL+Z


    - 20

  8. #8
    blackbot    blackbot
    29.06.2007
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    killall ?????
    @, !

  9. #9
    Arkan       Arkan
    13.10.2006
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    killall ?????
    ?
    kill *ID* - wget/a

    -
    opennet

  10. #10
    Epsilon       Epsilon
    14.09.2006
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    killall wget
    25 . .