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    wget 403 forbidden error when no index.html.


    am using wget to download the specific directory conents of a website. that dir does not have an index.html. i get a 403 forbidden message when i use wget. how to solve the problem.

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    do you get a 403 error when you browse to it in the browser?

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    Try index.shtml, index.php, index.asp, index.htm, index.jsp.

    They probably have "Options -Indexes" set in their .htaccess file. I do that too. You can fetch any file that you know about, but you can't get a directory, because I frequently have half-baked stuff in progress there that I don't want anybody to see.

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