Author Topic: Help getting OS2notes.net back from 'The Way Back Time Machine' Site !  (Read 1305 times)

Greggory Shaw

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HI

I used PPWIZARD version 08.298 on OS/2 and the sources are gone, but is there an easy way to download my entire site?

https://web.archive.org/web/20160312220056/http://os2notes.net/


I was pretty surprised by how much of it still work too. Thinking about reviving it :)


Thanks,

Greggory

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HI

I used PPWIZARD version 08.298 on OS/2 and the sources are gone, but is there an easy way to download my entire site?

https://web.archive.org/web/20160312220056/http://os2notes.net/


I was pretty surprised by how much of it still work too. Thinking about reviving it :)


Thanks,

Greggory

Did you per chance try wget?

Mentore

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HI

I used PPWIZARD version 08.298 on OS/2 and the sources are gone, but is there an easy way to download my entire site?

https://web.archive.org/web/20160312220056/http://os2notes.net/


I was pretty surprised by how much of it still work too. Thinking about reviving it :)

What I like most about PPWizard was the Drag/drop auto-prompt dialog box.  That I miss.


Thanks,

Greggory

Greggory Shaw

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HI

I used PPWIZARD version 08.298 on OS/2 and the sources are gone, but is there an easy way to download my entire site?

https://web.archive.org/web/20160312220056/http://os2notes.net/


I was pretty surprised by how much of it still work too. Thinking about reviving it :)


Thanks,

Greggory

Did you per chance try wget?

Mentore


Hi Mentore,

By any chance do you know of the command line syntax for that?

Thanks,

Greggory

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Do wget --help | less for the options.
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wget -r https://web.archive.org/web/20160312220056/http://os2notes.net/ untested.
edit maybe -m instead of -r, see the help output.