Download the default page of some website, type, for example {{{ wget http://www.7starsea.com }}} ==== Advanced Usage You would like to read the list of ~URLs from a file? Not a problem with that: {{{ wget -i file }}} If you specify `-' as file name, the ~URLs will be read from standard input. Create a mirror image of some web site (with the same directory structure the original has) with only one try per document, saving the log of the activities to `logfile': {{{ wget -r -t1 http://www.somewebsite.edu/ -o logfile }}} Retrieve the first layer of yahoo links: {{{ wget -r -l1 http://www.yahoo.com/ }}} See Ref. [[http://www.editcorp.com/Personal/Lars_Appel/wget/v1/wget_7.html|Wget Manual]].