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Old 04-13-2005, 04:09 PM   #1
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Offline webpage viewing in Suse 9.2, Konqueror


I am new to linux, and have a problem.

Is there anyway to download a web page (And a certain number of links deep) for offline viewing?
I could do this in explorer on XP, but am trying to get rid of having to use that piece of rubbish.

I am using suse 9.2 and am browsing in Konqueror.

Any ideas would be appreciated, and THX in advance.

Old 04-13-2005, 04:36 PM   #2
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I myself use the ScrapBook extension for Firefox.. Its very easy to handle, but will capture only what is needed for the single page to display offline. If youre looking for recursive getting, I suggest you read:
man wget
Wget has a very effective recursive follow, and good limiting capabilities, but youll have to script it to get an easy to use feature to grab sites.


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