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Wget set filename
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to save the downloaded file with a different filename using wget. when you don't specify a filename to save as, wget will not append wget chocolateraspberrystudio.com --output-document=chocolateraspberrystudio.com want to save and "chocolateraspberrystudio.com" is the filename and extension of your choice. up vote 9 down vote accepted. wget http://longname -O short_name Use the -O option: wget -O chocolateraspberrystudio.com chocolateraspberrystudio.com share|improve this answer.
If this is set to on, experimental (not fully-functional) support for to save the file using the last file name the server gives you. share|improve. You have to use backticks (`) instead of fancy quotes ('). wget --output- document=camera_3`date +%Y-%m-%d_%H:%M:%S`.jpg [IP]/image. chocolateraspberrystudio.com wget is a very complicated and complete downloading.
wget --content-disposition 'chocolateraspberrystudio.com?key= pyj6tScZqmEfbZyl0qjbiRQ&output=xls'. will do the trick for you. Its still not. By default, wget downloads a file and saves it with the original name in the URL – in the current directory. What if the original file name is. wget comes as part of msys2, a project that aims to provide a set of Unix-like wget infers a file name from the last part of the URL, and it. If you specify the file name as - as in wget -O -, wget will output the downloaded file to the terminal. Add the -q flag to suppress the status output.