Download all Phrack .tar.gzs

for ((i=1; i<67; i++)) do wget http://www.phrack.org/archives/tgz/phrack${i}.tar.gz -q; done
This will download all the phracks! Enjoy!

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By: Abiden
2009-08-20 23:27:01

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wget -r -A "phrack*.tar.gz" http://www.phrack.org/archives/tgz/
petrohs · 478 weeks and 2 days ago
Seems as if nobody tested the commands. There is no phrack67.tar.gz. Besides that none of the solutions is what I'd call fast; the curl one took 1 minute 14.35 seconds on my system. aria2c is much faster. I used the somewhat evil and ugly aria2 call aria2c -D -P -Z -s 5 -j 45 --file-allocation=none --enable-http-keep-alive=true --enable-http-pipelining=true http://www.phrack.org/archives/tgz/phrack[1-66].tar.gz to perform the download in 29.02 seconds.
penpen · 478 weeks and 1 day ago
"Seems as if nobody tested the commands. There is no phrack67.tar.gz." Look at the range again in my loop: (I actually did test this and it works fine, but I do like petrohs solution better, no offense.) for ((i=1; i {i} Will never be set to 67 because ${i} has to be less than 67.
Abiden · 478 weeks and 1 day ago

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