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Wget is a command line tool to download multiple files from http and ftp addresses on the Internet. Suppose you wish to download all of the available xmms skins from The skins are in files with the .tar.gz extension:

  $ wget -r -l 1 -A tar.gz -nd

Here the -r flag indicates that we want to recurse through the link, while -l 1 indicates that we recurse only a single level. The -A .tar.gz resticts the download to just those files the have a .tar.gz extension. The extenstions can be a comma separated list. The -nd request wget to not create any directories--the files are downloaded to the current directory.

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