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Using wget / shell to download a file from outside of the web root

I'm an inexperienced shell user, I am trying to download the httpd.conf file so that I can edit my Apache configuration. I can get access to the directory it is in via shell (I have root access), but ...
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How to Download Multiple XML files from different URLs

@slhck provided a useful answer to this similar question. Downloading multiple files with wget and handling parameters This code was provided to read urls from a text file filelist, then run a loop ...
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Limiting files with wget

I'm trying to download mailing list archives such as http://cryolist.org/archives/ In particular, I have a page and would like to download every file linked from that page which ends with ".txt.gz". ...
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Linux WGET -O command for non existing folders?

I can't wget while there is no path already to save. I mean, wget doens't work for the non-existing paths. For e.g: wget -O /path/to/image/new_image.jpg http://www.example.com/old_image.jpg If ...
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Install java on Linux through shell without apt-get

I'd like to run multicraft on one of my servers. After some intensive debugging/installing I realised the server didn't yet have a Java Runtime Environment. I figured it would be easy to install, but ...
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How to download this webpage with wget?

I want to download this webpage: http://forum.ubuntu-it.org/ but it require username and password. So I have used this wget --save-cookies cookies.txt --post-data ...
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Downloading all files from a remote HTTP folder using wget

I want to download all the *.gif files from a particular location. For example, say the location is http://asdf.com/file/images/*.gif. When I use: wget -m http://asdf.com/file/images/ I get a 403 ...
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Is it possible to set wget to show the transfer times in milliseconds?

Generally, wget shows transfer times in seconds. Is there a way I can to make it show the time in milliseconds?
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Scripts that extend wget --page-requisites?

I have posted a very similar question today but I would like to ask again with a wget/linux focus. I hope that's all right. I need to create offline copies of web pages programmatically on a LAMP ...