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Hor Meng Yoong wrote:
> I understand that you are a very busy person. Sorry to disturb you.
Hi; please use the mailing list for support requests. I've copied the
list in my response.
> I am using wget to mirror (using ftp://) a user home directory from a
> unix machine. Wget default to the user's home directory. However, I also
> need to get /etc folder. So, I tried to use ../../../etc. It works but
> the result of the ftpped files are in %2E%2E/ %2E%2E/ %2E%2E
> Any means to overcome this, or rename the directory.
Try the -nd option (you may also need -nH). You might prefer to fetch
/etc in a separate invocation from the other things; perhaps with the -P
option to specify a directory name.
Micah J. Cowan
Programmer, musician, typesetting enthusiast, gamer,
and GNU Wget Project Maintainer.
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