-U, --user-agent=AGENT identify as AGENT instead of Wget/VERSION.
--no-http-keep-alive disable HTTP keep-alive (persistent connections).
Load cookies from file before the first HTTP retrieval. file is a textual file in the
format originally used by Netscape's cookies.txt file.
You will typically use this option when mirroring sites that require that you be
logged in to access some or all of their content. The login process typically works
by the web server issuing an HTTP cookie upon receiving and verifying your creden-
tials. The cookie is then resent by the browser when accessing that part of the site,
and so proves your identity.
Mirroring such a site requires Wget to send the same cookies your browser sends when
communicating with the site. This is achieved by --load-cookies---simply point Wget
to the location of the cookies.txt file, and it will send the same cookies your
browser would send in the same situation. Different browsers keep textual cookie
files in different locations:
The cookies are in ~/.netscape/cookies.txt.
Mozilla and Netscape 6.x.
Mozilla's cookie file is also named cookies.txt, located somewhere under
~/.mozilla, in the directory of your profile. The full path usually ends up look-
ing somewhat like ~/.mozilla/default/some-weird-string/cookies.txt.
You can produce a cookie file Wget can use by using the File menu, Import and
Export, Export Cookies. This has been tested with Internet Explorer 5; it is not
guaranteed to work with earlier versions.
If you are using a different browser to create your cookies, --load-cookies will