Installing and Using HTTrack on Linux

HTTrack — an offline browser that allows you to download Web sites to your local computer.

Switch to the root user:

The installation command in Ubuntu/Debian:

apt-get install httrack

The installation command in CentOS:

yum install httrack

Create a separate directory and go into it so that when downloading the files are not scattered around the current one:

mkdir sitename
cd sitename

Let’s start downloading the site:


If the operating system is Linux with a graphical interface, then you can install WebHTTrack which has a graphical interface:

apt-get install webhttrack

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