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I visit some wiki sites with tutorials and I don't always have an Internet connection. So I'm searching for any application working under Linux that downloads a whole site and rewrites links to be usable without an internet connection.

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wget is the standard tool for downloading web sites in Linux. It is quite configurable, so you can tell it to only download a single page, or follow all the links within a single domain, or even cross domains, as well as many other things.

You will want to familiarize yourself with the wget man page.

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Thx. I've also found article that describes it. linuxjournal.com/content/downloading-entire-web-site-wget – kravemir Oct 30 '11 at 17:02

Another tool you can use if, for some reason, wget doesn't meet your needs, is HTTrack. It can be more powerful in some ways but can be a bit tricky to get used to if you're not using the WebHTTrack GUI for it.

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