Hi Massimiliano,

Thanks for your advice.

The wget tool sounds similar to "weblicator" in Windows, downloading the 
complete homepage including all links for offline browsing.

Before start please advise :

1) How to check whether the wget tool has been installed ?
2) Where shall the complete homepage be stored, in which folder/directory ?
3) Would it be possible to print the complete homepage download including 
links in one ' click ' similar to printing a file rather then to print page 
by page

Thanks in advance.

Stephen Liu

At 01:17 PM 2002/6/8 +0200, you wrote:
>On Sat, Jun 08, 2002 at 05:26:04PM +0800, Stephen Liu wrote:
> > http://empyrean.lib.ndsu.nodak.edu/~nem/gimp/tuts/
> > They are web-pages.  Then I have to save all of them page by page.  It
> > shall take me a lengthy time to complete not including the time to print
> > them to a .pdf file.
>If the wget tool is available on your machine, just issue:
>wget --mirror --no-parent http://empyrean.lib.ndsu.nodak.edu/~nem/gimp/tuts/
>The tutorials directory will be mirrored onto your hard disk without
>further action and you will be able to browse it locally.
>If wget is not available, you can download it for Windows at
>ftp://sunsite.dk/projects/wget/windows or (better) as part of the
>cygwin distribution.  It is free software like GIMP.
>Hope this helps.

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