Httrack for Mac.
2016-02-02, 12:58 AM,
#1
Hello fellow CPAElites,

Im working with a macbook and im looking for a good site mirror for Mac. I have tried sitesucker, but that program didn't work for me. Now I'm trying Httrack, but that is officially not for Mac so have to do it through terminal. But the problem there is that I can't find the downloaded files back.
Does somebody know where I can find the downloaded files or know a good sitemirror for Mac?

Thanks!
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2016-02-02, 02:56 AM,
#2
Having windows on your mac would help :P

After reading the documentation on the httrack website this command comes up:
/usr/local/bin/httrack <url to archive> -O ~/<name of local archive folder> -n -j

have you tried searching in /usr/local/bin/httrack ? or maybe have you tried to specify the local archive folder as a folder on your desktop?
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2016-02-02, 02:57 AM,
#3
Just install a Virtual machine, if you need help with that let me know.

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I am temporarily absent due to family circumstances.

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2016-02-02, 04:07 AM,
#4
(2016-02-02, 02:57 AM)DutchPride Wrote: Just install a Virtual machine, if you need help with that let me know.

I actually just solved it. i still do it with terminal, but now know how to locate the file.

Thanks for the tip!
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2016-02-02, 04:09 AM,
#5
(2016-02-02, 04:07 AM)Mark366 Wrote:
(2016-02-02, 02:57 AM)DutchPride Wrote: Just install a Virtual machine, if you need help with that let me know.

I actually just solved it. i still do it with terminal, but now know how to locate the file.

Thanks for the tip!

Where did you find the files btw?
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2016-02-02, 04:10 AM,
(This post was last modified: 2016-02-02, 04:11 AM by Mark366.)
#6
(2016-02-02, 02:56 AM)Heraclitus Wrote: Having windows on your mac would help :P

After reading the documentation on the httrack website this command comes up:
/usr/local/bin/httrack <url to archive> -O ~/<name of local archive folder> -n -j

have you tried searching in /usr/local/bin/httrack ? or maybe have you tried to specify the local archive folder as a folder on your desktop?

In the terminal i use the code:
httrack <the url you want> --path <the location you want>

Now it works for so far i know. tomorrow i will try to make a new site with it.

(2016-02-02, 04:09 AM)Heraclitus Wrote:
(2016-02-02, 04:07 AM)Mark366 Wrote:
(2016-02-02, 02:57 AM)DutchPride Wrote: Just install a Virtual machine, if you need help with that let me know.

I actually just solved it. i still do it with terminal, but now know how to locate the file.

Thanks for the tip!

Where did you find the files btw?
do you mean the files for httrack?
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2016-02-02, 05:14 AM,
#7
(2016-02-02, 04:10 AM)Mark366 Wrote:
(2016-02-02, 02:56 AM)Heraclitus Wrote: Having windows on your mac would help :P

After reading the documentation on the httrack website this command comes up:
/usr/local/bin/httrack <url to archive> -O ~/<name of local archive folder> -n -j

have you tried searching in /usr/local/bin/httrack ? or maybe have you tried to specify the local archive folder as a folder on your desktop?

In the terminal i use the code:
httrack <the url you want> --path <the location you want>

Now it works for so far i know. tomorrow i will try to make a new site with it.

(2016-02-02, 04:09 AM)Heraclitus Wrote:
(2016-02-02, 04:07 AM)Mark366 Wrote:
(2016-02-02, 02:57 AM)DutchPride Wrote: Just install a Virtual machine, if you need help with that let me know.

I actually just solved it. i still do it with terminal, but now know how to locate the file.

Thanks for the tip!

Where did you find the files btw?
do you mean the files for httrack?

Yeah, just out of curiosity.
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2016-02-02, 05:05 PM,
#8
From httrack.com. But for Mac you have to instal macports and Apple's developers tool X-code. There are tutorials on YouTube which explain how to instal httrack if you want to do it yourself. It's a little complicated to explain right now.
If i have the time i Will make a thread which i Will explain how i did it.
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2016-02-07, 03:49 AM,
#9
(2016-02-02, 05:05 PM)Mark366 Wrote: From httrack.com. But for Mac you have to instal macports and Apple's developers tool X-code. There are tutorials on YouTube which explain how to instal httrack if you want to do it yourself. It's a little complicated to explain right now.
If i have the time i Will make a thread which i Will explain how i did it.

Why don't you just create a thread linking the videos

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2016-02-08, 12:00 AM,
#10
(2016-02-07, 03:49 AM)SiriusBlack Wrote:
(2016-02-02, 05:05 PM)Mark366 Wrote: From httrack.com. But for Mac you have to instal macports and Apple's developers tool X-code. There are tutorials on YouTube which explain how to instal httrack if you want to do it yourself. It's a little complicated to explain right now.
If i have the time i Will make a thread which i Will explain how i did it.

Why don't you just create a thread linking the videos

Great idea, i will do that.
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