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HELP HELP HELP F****** HELP ME

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None of my questions are complicated at all! Does anyone even go on these? Someone help me! For one all I need it a tutorial! https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1164048

Why is it so hard to get some simple help?? Who am I supposed to go to, f****** Geek Squad?

None of my questions are complicated at all! Does anyone even go on these? Someone help me! For one all I need it a tutorial! https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1164048 Why is it so hard to get some simple help?? Who am I supposed to go to, f****** Geek Squad?

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Install wget by using either brew install wget or sudo port install wget in your Terminal.

wget -r -np -k https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/firefox/releases/

For downloading files from a directory listing, use -r (recursive), -np (don't follow links to parent directories), and -k to make links in downloaded HTML or CSS point to local files

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Install wget by using either brew install wget or sudo port install wget in your Terminal.

wget -r -np -k https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/firefox/releases/

For downloading files from a directory listing, use -r (recursive), -np (don't follow links to parent directories), and -k to make links in downloaded HTML or CSS point to local files

Install wget by using either <code>brew install wget</code> or <code>sudo port install wget</code> in your Terminal. <code>wget -r -np -k https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/firefox/releases/</code> For downloading files from a directory listing, use -r (recursive), -np (don't follow links to parent directories), and -k to make links in downloaded HTML or CSS point to local files

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Moses said

Install wget by using either brew install wget or sudo port install wget in your Terminal. wget -r -np -k https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/firefox/releases/ For downloading files from a directory listing, use -r (recursive), -np (don't follow links to parent directories), and -k to make links in downloaded HTML or CSS point to local files

Thank you thank you thank you! I'm deleting this thread now

''Moses [[#answer-978092|said]]'' <blockquote> Install wget by using either <code>brew install wget</code> or <code>sudo port install wget</code> in your Terminal. <code>wget -r -np -k https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/firefox/releases/</code> For downloading files from a directory listing, use -r (recursive), -np (don't follow links to parent directories), and -k to make links in downloaded HTML or CSS point to local files </blockquote> Thank you thank you thank you! I'm deleting this thread now