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Re: [vox-tech] Redirecting wget output to stdout?
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Re: [vox-tech] Redirecting wget output to stdout?



William Kendrick wrote:
> 
> >
> >       wget -q (missing flag) ftp://server/file | gunzip -c stdin |
> > perlscript.pl
> 
> Not sure with wget, but with lynx you can use "-source" or
> "-dump".   (Diff being is on HTML docs, "dump" shows you formatted text
> version of HTML, while "source" gives you the raw output from the HTTP
> server.  FOr non-HTML, both should do the same)
> 
> -bill!

Hrmph. For some reason I can't get file access with:

lynx -dump -auth=ID:PASSWD ftp://server/file

but can with:

wget ftp://server/file (with .wgetrc login and passwd entries)

Is there a lynx flag I'm missing?
-- 
Eric Engelhard


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