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Old 10-01-2017, 10:24 AM   #1
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using wget as an offline browser to download all mp3 files from a website.


Hi I am Rupesh from India and I want to download a website using wget for offline viewing I mean I want to mirror a website ie., want to maintain exact copy of the website in my hard-disk. I have installed opensuse leap 42.3 with wget and it's GUI.

Previously I have downloaded the website using an offline browser called extreme picture finder. 90 % 0f the files of which I want have been successfully downloaded and so I want to download remaining 10 %.

I have read the manual page of wget and examined some of the tutorials found by searching web related to wget. I have tried what I found in tutorials and I am providing the output of those commands.

I have issued the command as below

Code:
wget -c -t 0 --recursive --force-directories   -o logfile.txt ‐‐recursive ‐‐no-clobber ‐‐accept jpg,gif,png,jpeg,mp3,MP3,pdf

For the above command I got the output as below

Code:
idn_encode failed (-304): ‘string contains a disallowed character’
idn_encode failed (-304): ‘string contains a disallowed character’
--2017-09-29 18:08:43--  http://%E2%80%90%E2%80%90recursive/
Resolving ‐‐recursive (‐‐recursive)... failed: Name or service not known.
wget: unable to resolve host address ‘‐‐recursive’
idn_encode failed (-304): ‘string contains a disallowed character’
idn_encode failed (-304): ‘string contains a disallowed character’
--2017-09-29 18:08:43--  http://%E2%80%90%E2%80%90no-clobber/
Resolving ‐‐no-clobber (‐‐no-clobber)... failed: Name or service not known.
wget: unable to resolve host address ‘‐‐no-clobber’
idn_encode failed (-304): ‘string contains a disallowed character’
idn_encode failed (-304): ‘string contains a disallowed character’
--2017-09-29 18:08:43--  http://%E2%80%90%E2%80%90accept/
Resolving ‐‐accept (‐‐accept)... failed: Name or service not known.
wget: unable to resolve host address ‘‐‐accept’
--2017-09-29 18:08:43--  http://jpg,gif,png,jpeg,mp3,mp3,pdf/
Resolving jpg,gif,png,jpeg,mp3,mp3,pdf (jpg,gif,png,jpeg,mp3,mp3,pdf)... failed: Name or service not known.
wget: unable to resolve host address ‘jpg,gif,png,jpeg,mp3,mp3,pdf’
idn_encode failed (-304): ‘string contains a disallowed character’
idn_encode failed (-304): ‘string contains a disallowed character’
--2017-09-29 18:08:43--  http://%E2%80%90%E2%80%90directory-prefix=/mnt/source/downloads/lectures/
Resolving ‐‐directory-prefix= (‐‐directory-prefix=)... failed: Name or service not known.
wget: unable to resolve host address ‘‐‐directory-prefix=’
--2017-09-29 18:08:43--  http://www.pravachanam.com/categorybrowselist/20
Resolving www.pravachanam.com (www.pravachanam.com)... 162.144.54.142
Connecting to www.pravachanam.com (www.pravachanam.com)|162.144.54.142|:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: unspecified [text/html]
Saving to: ‘www.pravachanam.com/categorybrowselist/20’

     0K .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... 31.3K
    50K .......... ....                                        1.54M=1.6s

2017-09-29 18:08:46 (40.0 KB/s) - ‘www.pravachanam.com/categorybrowselist/20’ saved [65802]

Loading robots.txt; please ignore errors.
--2017-09-29 18:08:46--  http://www.pravachanam.com/robots.txt
Reusing existing connection to www.pravachanam.com:80.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 404 Not Found
2017-09-29 18:08:48 ERROR 404: Not Found.

--2017-09-29 18:08:48--  http://www.pravachanam.com/sites/default/files/favicon.ico
Reusing existing connection to www.pravachanam.com:80.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 404 Not Found
2017-09-29 18:08:51 ERROR 404: Not Found.

--2017-09-29 18:08:51--  http://www.pravachanam.com/modules/system/system.base.css?owgg5m
Reusing existing connection to www.pravachanam.com:80.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 5428 (5.3K) [text/css]
Saving to: ‘www.pravachanam.com/modules/system/system.base.css?owgg5m’

     0K .....                                                 100% 16.2K=0.3s

2017-09-29 18:08:51 (16.2 KB/s) - ‘www.pravachanam.com/modules/system/system.base.css?owgg5m’ saved [5428/5428]

--2017-09-29 18:08:51--  http://www.pravachanam.com/modules/system/system.menus.css?owgg5m
Reusing existing connection to www.pravachanam.com:80.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 2035 (2.0K) [text/css]
Saving to: ‘www.pravachanam.com/modules/system/system.menus.css?owgg5m’

     0K .                                                     100%  236K=0.008s

2017-09-29 18:08:52 (236 KB/s) - ‘www.pravachanam.com/modules/system/system.menus.css?owgg5m’ saved [2035/2035]

--2017-09-29 18:08:52--  http://www.pravachanam.com/modules/system/system.messages.css?owgg5m
Reusing existing connection to www.pravachanam.com:80.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 961 [text/css]
Saving to: ‘www.pravachanam.com/modules/system/system.messages.css?owgg5m’

     0K                                                       100%  255M=0s

2017-09-29 18:08:52 (255 MB/s) - ‘www.pravachanam.com/modules/system/system.messages.css?owgg5m’ saved [961/961]

--2017-09-29 18:08:52--  http://www.pravachanam.com/modules/system/system.theme.css?owgg5m
Reusing existing connection to www.pravachanam.com:80.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 3711 (3.6K) [text/css]
Saving to: ‘www.pravachanam.com/modules/system/system.theme.css?owgg5m’

     0K ...                                                   100%  374K=0.01s

2017-09-29 18:08:52 (374 KB/s) - ‘www.pravachanam.com/modules/system/system.theme.css?owgg5m’ saved [3711/3711]

--2017-09-29 18:08:52--  http://www.pravachanam.com/sites/all/libraries/mediaelement/build/mediaelementplayer.min.css?owgg5m
Reusing existing connection to www.pravachanam.com:80.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 404 Not Found
2017-09-29 18:08:54 ERROR 404: Not Found.

--2017-09-29 18:08:54--  http://www.pravachanam.com/sites/all/modules/views_slideshow/views_slideshow.css?owgg5m
Reusing existing connection to www.pravachanam.com:80.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 404 Not Found
2017-09-29 18:08:56 ERROR 404: Not Found.

--2017-09-29 18:08:56--  http://www.pravachanam.com/modules/comment/comment.css?owgg5m
Reusing existing connection to www.pravachanam.com:80.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 184 [text/css]
Saving to: ‘www.pravachanam.com/modules/comment/comment.css?owgg5m’
On examining the above output we can clearly guess that wget is treating options as website addressees.

After that I have issued the command as below

Code:
wget ‐‐level=1 ‐‐recursive ‐‐no-parent ‐‐no-clobber   ‐‐accept mp3,MP3  http://www.pravachanam.com/categorybrowselist/20
On executing the above command it has created outfile.txt file and a directory called www.pravachanam.com under my current directory. wget has created some directories but not same as the source website I mean it has not maintained the directory structure same as source website.

In the outfile.txt I have found some lines ending with .mp3 and I have tried to examined the corresponding file in the directory created by wget but failed to locate the file and even failed to directory structure related to mp3 file.

I have installed and tried gwget which is the gnomes GUI for wget and in that I have tried a number of options or settings but it has failed to download I mean it has downloaded the home page and then stopped and after that it has displayed message as successfully completed downloading the website. In the GUI version of wget there is no options for selecting all the options found in the command line version of wget.


Please try suggest how to download mp3 files from a website with the following options using wget.

1)option for maintaining directory structure same as source website.
2)option for rejecting download of already downloaded files I mean skip those.
3)As I want to download all the mp3 files except the folders and files containing some words like xyz and so can you suggest how to skip download if the files or folders contain xyz in their names.
4) option to download files recursively and not to visit other website's.
5) option to try downloading files infinitely in the case of network failure.
6) option to resume download the files which are downloaded partially previously.
7) option to download only mp3 and reject all other file types if possible including html,php,css files.

Many of you may suggest that try to the manual page of wget and experiment on your own but taking advice and help from expert people like you is the signal to success. At present I am also reading the manuals and guides of wget but the help provided by you is most valuable. I am requesting as many people as to reply to this thread and help me.

Regards,
Rupesh.

Last edited by rupeshforu3; 10-01-2017 at 10:27 AM.
 
Old 10-01-2017, 10:58 AM   #2
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Quote:
Originally Posted by rupeshforu3 View Post
Hi I am Rupesh from India and I want to download a website using wget for offline viewing I mean I want to mirror a website ie., want to maintain exact copy of the website in my hard-disk. I have installed opensuse leap 42.3 with wget and it's GUI.

Previously I have downloaded the website using an offline browser called extreme picture finder. 90 % 0f the files of which I want have been successfully downloaded and so I want to download remaining 10 %. I have read the manual page of wget and examined some of the tutorials found by searching web related to wget. I have tried what I found in tutorials and I am providing the output of those commands. I have issued the command as below
Code:
wget -c -t 0 --recursive --force-directories   -o logfile.txt ‐‐recursive ‐‐no-clobber ‐‐accept jpg,gif,png,jpeg,mp3,MP3,pdf
For the above command I got the output as below
Code:
idn_encode failed (-304): ‘string contains a disallowed character’
idn_encode failed (-304): ‘string contains a disallowed character’
--2017-09-29 18:08:43--  http://%E2%80%90%E2%80%90recursive/
Resolving ‐‐recursive (‐‐recursive)... failed: Name or service not known.
wget: unable to resolve host address ‘‐‐recursive’
idn_encode failed (-304): ‘string contains a disallowed character’
idn_encode failed (-304): ‘string contains a disallowed character’
--2017-09-29 18:08:43--  http://%E2%80%90%E2%80%90no-clobber/
Resolving ‐‐no-clobber (‐‐no-clobber)... failed: Name or service not known.
wget: unable to resolve host address ‘‐‐no-clobber’
idn_encode failed (-304): ‘string contains a disallowed character’
idn_encode failed (-304): ‘string contains a disallowed character’
--2017-09-29 18:08:43--  http://%E2%80%90%E2%80%90accept/
Resolving ‐‐accept (‐‐accept)... failed: Name or service not known.
wget: unable to resolve host address ‘‐‐accept’
--2017-09-29 18:08:43--  http://jpg,gif,png,jpeg,mp3,mp3,pdf/
Resolving jpg,gif,png,jpeg,mp3,mp3,pdf (jpg,gif,png,jpeg,mp3,mp3,pdf)... failed: Name or service not known.
wget: unable to resolve host address ‘jpg,gif,png,jpeg,mp3,mp3,pdf’
idn_encode failed (-304): ‘string contains a disallowed character’
idn_encode failed (-304): ‘string contains a disallowed character’
--2017-09-29 18:08:43--  http://%E2%80%90%E2%80%90directory-prefix=/mnt/source/downloads/lectures/
Resolving ‐‐directory-prefix= (‐‐directory-prefix=)... failed: Name or service not known.
wget: unable to resolve host address ‘‐‐directory-prefix=’
--2017-09-29 18:08:43--  http://www.pravachanam.com/categorybrowselist/20
Resolving www.pravachanam.com (www.pravachanam.com)... 162.144.54.142
Connecting to www.pravachanam.com (www.pravachanam.com)|162.144.54.142|:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: unspecified [text/html]
Saving to: ‘www.pravachanam.com/categorybrowselist/20’

     0K .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... 31.3K
    50K .......... ....                                        1.54M=1.6s
On examining the above output we can clearly guess that wget is treating options as website addressees. After that I have issued the command as below
Code:
wget ‐‐level=1 ‐‐recursive ‐‐no-parent ‐‐no-clobber   ‐‐accept mp3,MP3  http://www.pravachanam.com/categorybrowselist/20
On executing the above command it has created outfile.txt file and a directory called www.pravachanam.com under my current directory. wget has created some directories but not same as the source website I mean it has not maintained the directory structure same as source website.

In the outfile.txt I have found some lines ending with .mp3 and I have tried to examined the corresponding file in the directory created by wget but failed to locate the file and even failed to directory structure related to mp3 file.

I have installed and tried gwget which is the gnomes GUI for wget and in that I have tried a number of options or settings but it has failed to download I mean it has downloaded the home page and then stopped and after that it has displayed message as successfully completed downloading the website. In the GUI version of wget there is no options for selecting all the options found in the command line version of wget.


Please try suggest how to download mp3 files from a website with the following options using wget.

1)option for maintaining directory structure same as source website.
2)option for rejecting download of already downloaded files I mean skip those.
3)As I want to download all the mp3 files except the folders and files containing some words like xyz and so can you suggest how to skip download if the files or folders contain xyz in their names.
4) option to download files recursively and not to visit other website's.
5) option to try downloading files infinitely in the case of network failure.
6) option to resume download the files which are downloaded partially previously.
7) option to download only mp3 and reject all other file types if possible including html,php,css files.

Many of you may suggest that try to the manual page of wget and experiment on your own but taking advice and help from expert people like you is the signal to success. At present I am also reading the manuals and guides of wget but the help provided by you is most valuable. I am requesting as many people as to reply to this thread and help me.
No, the "signal to success" is to actually do work of your own, as you've been told MANY times in MOST of your other threads, including the DUPLICATE of this that you posted 2 months ago:
https://www.linuxquestions.org/quest...ts-4175610839/

...where you were given ideas on how to easily write a script to download the 'missing' files. And you AGAIN show zero effort or understanding of things, because you STILL refuse to read a man page. You have issued 'your' command (which is essentially syntax you were handed by someone else, since you didn't do any of your own research), but seem to ignore the fact that YOU HAVE NOT PROVIDED A URL TO DOWNLOAD. The errors are crystal clear, if you tried to read or understand them. It's telling you point-blank that it can't resolve "--no-clobber"....why on earth does that not indicate to you that you've not put in the right syntax, or get you to read a man page?

Again, WE ARE NOT GOING TO DO THINGS FOR YOU. You've been here for years, and every thread is much in this vein, where you play the "I'm new, please help experts, I cannot read ALL THIS DOCUMENTATION...etc, etc...." every single time.

No...show effort and do your own work.

::EDIT::
Wow...really? You're just going to continue changing the wording until someone reads the man page for you and writes you a script?
http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/net...iles-webs.html

Last edited by TB0ne; 10-01-2017 at 05:22 PM.
 
Old 10-02-2017, 05:35 PM   #3
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If you need to convert a man page to another format for easier reading
or for easier searching.

A few examples:
Code:
man -t wget | ps2pdf - wget.pdf
man wget | roff2pdf > wget.pdf

man -P cat wget > wget.txt
man wget | roff2text > wget.txt
man wget | col -b > wget.txt
man -t wget | ps2ascii - wget.txt

man wget | groff -mandoc -Thtml > wget.html
To open a man page in web browser
Code:
man -Hdillo wget
{dillo firefox, chrome, midori etc.}

Or man wget then press / to search
n to search forwards shiftn to search backwards.

Quote:
Please try suggest how to download mp3 files from a website with the following options using wget.
http://www.pravachanam.com
Are you trying to get all of the audio files on that site?
You won't get them with wget. Take a look at the pages source. They aren't layed out in url's.
You aren't going to scrape that site with wget.
You'll need something that runs javascript.
Like PyQt5, phantomJS, something that runs webkit or blink headless.

Lets start with the first CategoryList. Look at the top of that source.
Code:
agent="Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.2; x86_64; rv:48.0) \
Gecko/20100101 Firefox/54.0"
wget -U "$agent" http://www.pravachanam.com/speakerbrowselist/12/20 -O - | grep -oP 'script\K.*(?=/script)'
You can get the images on that page easy enough.
Code:
wget -U "$agent" http://www.pravachanam.com/speakerbrowselist/12/20 -O - | grep -oP 'Image" src="\K[^"]+'
Going any farther with this will violate TOS.
To the OP, wget doesn't run scripts.
 
Old 10-03-2017, 06:10 AM   #4
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Quote:
http://www.pravachanam.com
Are you trying to get all of the audio files on that site?
You won't get them with wget. Take a look at the pages source. They aren't layed out in url's.
You aren't going to scrape that site with wget.
You'll need something that runs javascript.
Like PyQt5, phantomJS, something that runs webkit or blink headless.

So according to you wget will not work to mirror the website but in the wikipedia page of wget they have specified that it can work as web spider or offline browser.
 
Old 10-03-2017, 06:16 AM   #5
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The MP3 files are not identified as such. They're there on that site, but you'll have to use a different pattern to match the URLs you want wget to fetch for you.
 
Old 10-03-2017, 07:52 AM   #6
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Quote:
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So according to you wget will not work to mirror the website but in the wikipedia page of wget they have specified that it can work as web spider or offline browser.
No, wget will work just fine; providing that you put in the correct arguments, which you're not. And you're not, because you refuse to read the man page, and instead keep opening threads asking people to give you the command (and a script to go with it https://www.linuxquestions.org/quest...ts-4175610839/ ).

It's been two months now that you've been working on this; pulling a list of files from the site and comparing it to what you have is trivial, and done with one command. Writing a bash script to loop through that remainder is similarly easy, and ABUNDANTLY documented with many, MANY thousands of easily-found sample scripts. The only real thing you'd have to do is replace the command in the sample with your wget, and put the file name in as a variable. That's it.

If you actually applied any effort of your own, even if you had NEVER used Linux before, it would probably take you less than 2 hours. But after FIVE YEARS, you are still asking people to write your scripts for you.
 
Old 10-03-2017, 12:28 PM   #7
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But after FIVE YEARS, you are still asking people to write your scripts for you.
yep.
and there's no miscalculation, this member is in their 2nd username: https://www.linuxquestions.org/quest...shforu-690602/
and yes, it's the same person, it doesn't take a psychologist to recognize that.
and they've been doing that from day one: "kindly provide me with the script to achieve xyz", and have been told from day one that a) they should put in some effort and b) what they want to do is not advisable, all of which they constantly ignore... oh boy, people really don't change do they.

sorry for the rant.
 
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To the OP
Maybe I did not understand what you were wanting.
Look at the man page and use the switches that
do what you wish.
Examples:
Code:
wget -mk http://www.pravachanam.com

wget -mk -w 10 http://www.pravachanam.com

wget -mkP /path/to/dir http://www.pravachanam.com

wget -mpk -A mp3 http://www.pravachanam.com
Then as others have suggested, you may need a loop.
Examples:
Code:
for i in {1..10}; do 
    echo "wget http://something/"$i""
    sleep .1
done

list="
one
two
three
"
for i in $list; do
    echo "wget http://something/"$i""
    sleep .1
done
Do a search here on LQ, scores of examples.
You may also need
Code:
wget --post-data 'Name=Value' http://somewhere.com
If you hit that server too fast or often it will get mad at you.
Space out your requests. Also there is something else, You are robbing the owners
of any ad click revenue. So click on a few adds.

Also look at
Code:
wget --help
Man pages are also online
https://linux.die.net/man/1/wget

As others have said read the man pages. That's what the rest of us do.

If you are having trouble understanding the man pages then quote that
part and ask about it. Then there is also google, duckduckgo

http://www.google.com/search?q=wget+mirror+web+site

There is also webkit's web inspector and firefox's firebug
Click on a link and see what that shows you.

I reread you criteria 1-7
Mirroring a web site is a lot of downloading if all you are wanting
is the .jpg or audio files. Do a search for web scraping. Plus I'm not sure
that you are going to get mp3's on this site with curl or wget after you list them.

The links look like this
url="http://www.pravachanam.com/sites/default/files/pravachanams/Telugu/Srimad%20Bhagavadgita/Chalapathi%20Rao/Srimad%20BhagavadGita%20Chapter%2001%20Vishada%20Yogam/04%20BhagavadGita%20Chapter%2001%20Shlokam1.mp3"

Code:
agent="Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.2; WOW64; rv:54.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/54.0"
curl -A "$agent" -I "$url"
HTTP/1.1 404 Not Found
Date: Tue, 03 Oct 2017 16:40:19 GMT
Server: Apache
Expires: Sun, 19 Nov 1978 05:00:00 GMT
........
In fact I can't get any of those audio links to play in any browser I have with
scripting turned on. With any user agent.

Are you able to even play those links on one of those pages?
Like this page
http://www.pravachanam.com/albumfilesbrowselist/8/20

If so then make a list and loop through them with a download mgr.

Do a web search for ajax.
 
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Teckk, your efforts are appreciated. But please see the OP's posting history, and their refusals to look at man pages or write their own scripts.
 
  


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