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Old 12-20-2020, 10:17 AM   #1
LloydChristmas
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Hey LinuxQuestions.org community I have a quick question? Is it possible to download the whole debian-wiki page or some how be able to read the wiki's content offline in my browser on localnet? Wasn't sure if you could or not so I took it to the community thanks everyone for taking your time and reading my question.
 
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Probably better to use one of the contact methods on this page to ask that question:

https://wiki.debian.org/DebianWiki/Contact

 
Old 12-20-2020, 02:30 PM   #3
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Well I wasn't just meaning the debians wiki Im saying any wiki in general would be nice to learn but I can try there thanks
 
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Im saying any wiki in general would be nice to learn
Oh, well in that case the phrase you want is "offline mirror" and you'll be wanting to investigate which of curl/HtTrack/wget you get on best with. (They each have benefits/drawbacks in different situations.)

Occasionally you'll find projects that produce downloadable versions of their documentation (either archives of HTML files, or as a PDF, sometimes EPUB), so it may be worth poking around before wasting time mirroring, but afaik Debian doesn't do that.

 
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oh, well in that case the phrase you want is "offline mirror" and you'll be wanting to investigate which of curl/httrack/wget you get on best with. (they each have benefits/drawbacks in different situations.)

occasionally you'll find projects that produce downloadable versions of their documentation (either archives of html files, or as a pdf, sometimes epub), so it may be worth poking around before wasting time mirroring, but afaik debian doesn't do that.

thank you very much this helped
 
  


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