There is plenty of options to download node binary and install from there:
As GAD3R suggest you can use curl,
Or you can also install via package manager, in this link information for different Linux distributions: NodeJS Package Manager Installation
Please also refer to this section for more info NodeJS Download
E.g: apt install nodejs
Guys today i figured it out, the problem was not an option of recursion or continuation, but the 301 response back. I still don't understand why it's followed the first time, but now everything works well. I can stop the job and resume and after checking every file wget will download something new or continue previously download.
As always happen someone had ...
None of these answers worked for me.
However, you can find GSE* folders within the NCBI ftp page:
You can then copy the link address from that file and just do a simple wget:
Wget should save the page as subdir. Target path and filename are based on the link structure (and not on the final URLs after applying any redirections).
You could add option -E to save the document as subdir.html. I know, it's not perfect.
What you're looking for is the option --timestamping (-N in short), that retrieves only files newer than existing one.
For your reference, the command that I actually used sometimes is:
wget -c -N -mirror -pc --convert-links -P ./mirror $SITE_URL
You are missing the "/" at the end of the directory. Try:
wget --cookies=on --load-cookies cookies-portal-holding-lknoe-at.txt --keep-session-cookies --no-check-certificate -N -r -l 10 -np -R "index.html*" https://sharepoint.url/path/Freigegebene%20Dokumente/Foldername/
From the manpage:
Specify comma-separated lists of file name suffixes or
patterns to accept or reject. Note that if any of the
wildcard characters, , ?, [ or ], appear in an element of
acclist or rejlist, it will be treated as a pattern, rather
than a suffix. In this case, you have to enclose the pattern
into quotes to prevent your shell from ...