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Old 10th September 2007, 21:27
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Default wget cron job

Hi. I have a bit of a problem. I need to download a bunch of mp3 on a weekly basis for my job. At work, we use a Mac OS X server. I can't get wget to work on it during a cron job. If I type it in on the Mac terminal, everything works fine.

I can however, make my Linux machine at home download the files without problem.

Here's my question. Is it possible to then take those downloaded files on my server, and send them off to another (off-site) server (that is behind a firewall)?

These can't be sent as a tar archive either...they need to be to full files.

Thanks!

Brian
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