Website Grabber [SOLVED]

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albert
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Website Grabber [SOLVED]

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Any website grabbers out there, preferably not command line, for Linux Mint?
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Re: Website Grabber

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Sorry, what is a website grabber?
"In somnis veritas"
Antivirus or defragging?
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Re: Website Grabber

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HTTrack is available for Linux.

http://www.httrack.com/

To install it, In Terminal type:

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apt-get install webhttrack 
Hey Kaye, I'm pretty sure what albert is wanting is a website copier for offline browsing. :)
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Re: Website Grabber

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jlr1701 wrote:HTTrack is available for Linux.

http://www.httrack.com/

To install it, In Terminal type:

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apt-get install webhttrack 
Hey Kaye, I'm pretty sure what albert is wanting is a website copier for offline browsing. :)

This was going to be basically my response, so, yes. :)

Works a treat. have it installed on Ubuntu 10.04 machine now. Used it for years (well, I mean whenever i've needed it, for years, I mean)

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Re: Website Grabber

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jlr1701 wrote:
Hey Kaye, I'm pretty sure what albert is wanting is a website copier for offline browsing. :)
Exactly.

To download website and view website when offline.

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Re: Website Grabber

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jlr1701 wrote:HTTrack is available for Linux.

http://www.httrack.com/
Thank you. That seems to be what I was looking for.

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