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Old 10-26-2012, 02:41 PM   #1
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LXer: Using Wget With FTP To Download/Move Web Sites Recursively

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Sometimes you need to move a web site from one server to another. Instead of downloading the web site from the old server to your PC via FTP and uploading it from your PC to the new server, it would save a lot of time to simply copy the web site from one server to the other. This tutorial explains how to use Wget to download/move a web site from one server to the other via FTP.



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