[Server-devel] [XSCE] httrack web based interactive site crawler

George Hunt georgejhunt at gmail.com
Thu Apr 23 13:50:58 EDT 2015


Adam wanted me to discuss centos with Fiji. So I tried to do an install of
current master on Centos.

The kalite-serve enable timed out, and it looks from the log that it might
have been creating datasets when ansible yanked it away.  Have you
discovered how to recover from this situation?

On Thu, Apr 23, 2015 at 10:45 AM, Tim Moody <tim at timmoody.com> wrote:

> My plan has been to add this capability to the admin console.  I was
> thinking just recursive wget, but if there is something higher level that
> would be great.
> So far you can download and install zims and launch Kalite to get videos.
> I want to add the collections Rachel, IIAB, and Bernie (if Tony is
> interested ) and then move on to html-based sites.
> Sent from my BlackBerry® PlayBook™
> www.blackberry.com
> ------------------------------
> *From:* "Anish Mangal" <anishmg at umich.edu>
> *To:* "xsce-devel" <xsce-devel at googlegroups.com>, "server-devel" <
> server-devel at lists.laptop.org>
> *Sent:* 23 April, 2015 7:07 AM
> *Subject:* [XSCE] httrack web based interactive site crawler
> Hi,
> I found this amazing software that can be configured and interactively
> crawls and keeps offline copies of websites.
> http://www.httrack.com/page/1/en/index.html
> Is useful for including custom content. An educator could bundle a website
> of their choice using this tool, which, though not perfect for cases where
> there are youtube videos, is useful for other media - pdf, documents etc.
> Perhaps there is a case for including this in xsce?
> Best,
> Anish
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