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How to Download an Entire Website with WGET

28 September , 2011 Bill Linux

Introduction If you have ever had to or needed to copy or move a website, wget is quite handy. Wget is open source, available on Linux, OSX and Windows and is very easy to use. A whole website can be downloaded with one simple command.

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How to Mount and Unmount an ISO File

24 August , 2011 Bill Linux

Introduction I have already discussed how to dump optical media to an ISO file and why it may be useful, but now it has been dumped to a file it can be mounted as a virtual device. In Windows I use Virtual CloneDrive which is an extremely easy to use application and driver with a […]

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Raw Dump of a CD to ISO File (dd)

24 August , 2011 Bill Linux

Introduction There are many reasons why dumping a CD/DVD/BD would be handy. I like to keep my applications and games on a hard drive in case I have to re-install either the software or operating system. Installing from a hard drive is a lot faster and prevents any scratches that may have occurred while handling […]

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How to Use Cron

23 August , 2011 Bill Linux

Introduction Cron is a service that runs commands at set intervals. Cron can be used to run scripts that perform tasks like backing up, sending emails, etc. Cron runs on Linux, Windows, OSX and also some devices like external storage devices.

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