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However, maybe I didn't speak out my purpose clearly.
What my intent is to download all related file of "index.wml" from "http://220.127.116.11/index.wml", and after downloading you can open a test page via OPERA(by choosing index.wml)locally. And then you can choose other links in the wml page&go to the right pages.
Yes, you can even download "index.wml" from "http://18.104.22.168/index.wml", but you can't download the other relate files automaticly. If you use OPERA to open "index.wml", yes, you can open this page. Then if you choose other links from this page, you will not get the right result as above.
Clarity time. Are you trying to download the whole site to your PC? Because "I also need other related file(folders)" tells us nothing about what you are trying to do. Do you need all files ending in .xml or beginning with index. ?
If you are trying to download the whole site, look at the man page for wget and read the entry on mirroring.
A few tips:
1) -c is only for continuing a previously interrupted download. So you don't need it at this point.
2) -i is for specifying a local file (ie HTML file) in which you have specified URLs (addresses) to download from. As you want to download from just one place, you don't need this either.
3) "wget -r -c 22.214.171.124" doesn't cut it. You need to add the "/index.wml" part to it, otherwise wget will look for a file called index.html (or similar) by default.
4) WML is a form of XML, not HTML (expected by wget). So you might want to use --folow-tags to specify a list of tags to follow. Luckily though, the anchor tag (<a href=...>) is the same in WML as it is in XML, so you might get away with that anyway.
5) -p option to download all related inline images, video, ... (instead of just the related html/wml/xml pages)
6) -m (mirroring) might help too.
7) -k (converting links so that they can be viewed locally) seems ideally suited for your goal.
8) Please read the man page THOROUGHLY. And please listen to other people's advice carefully, rather than insisting on doing the same commands over and over again.
Thank you, timmeke and other guys. You guys are really warm heart and not so strict to let us ask questions.
Forgive me for not understanding the man page well. I'm really a newbie and not a native English speaker. And this problem really driven me crazy in this several days.
After learn the man page&you guy's answer more carefully,
I tried as following:
# wget -p -m -k --follow-tags='*.wml' http://126.96.36.199/index.wml
Connecting to 188.8.131.52:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 1,294 [text/vnd.wap.wml]
100%[=================================================================================>] 1,294 1.23M/s ETA 00:00