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Old 04-17-2004, 12:54 PM   #1
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Mirroring Sites Setup Question

Supposed I want to mirror a particular site for ex. a site that's offering ebooks, what should i do to set it up?i've heard that the best ways is either by rsync or wget or ftp, but I don't know to set it up. For instance, I already installed Linux, what services should I open,web server?ftp server?
I will use either Slackware or Redhat .

Pls help me.


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