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Subject: Updating specific portion of site with login?
Author: Kevin
Date: 08/14/2003 02:33
Great software!

However, I can't figure out how to get all the html pages 
in a subdirectory, and all the associated non-html files. 
The complicating factor appears to be that I either have to 
enter the site at an autologin page or use an html login to 
set the cookies correctly.

I've spent a couple evenings reading the documentation and 
forums, and trying things out. But with no luck.

Here's the whole story:

I have a subscription to, so I downloaded 
their site. I'm trying to be nice about it, and have 
reduced the number of connections and bandwidth limit. 
However, when I do this, my cookies time out, and I don't 
get all of the site. Using the update feature appears to 
use as much bandwidth as the initial download, and since it 
walks the tree the same way each time, I still don't get 
the whole site.

I know that I want all the html pages in (for example), and all the associated images, 
which are mostly in

I've tried the command line below with -r1, but I just get 
the index page of aug03, not the whole directory. When I 
try -r4, I get most of the site.

Do you have any suggestions? Scripting is an option. Thanks 
in advance.

httrack <> -c1
-b1 -f0 -X0 -v -r4 -O d:\mirror -
A10000 -n -* +aug03/*

Where XXXXXXXXXXXX is a numeric user id.

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Updating specific portion of site with login?

08/14/2003 02:33
Re: Updating specific portion of site with login?

08/14/2003 06:56


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