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Use WGET to download AVG Free

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i'ld like to download AVG offline installers via WGET

File name changes often due to version change

http://free.avg.com/it-it/download.prd-afh

For example now filename is avg_free_x64_all_2014_4335a7045.exe

I need to find a wildcard configuration to download every future release file from server using a simple wget script

Reading wget manual i can read :

On the other hand, ‘wget -A "zelazny*196[0-9]*"’ will download only files beginning with ‘zelazny’ and containing numbers from 1960 to 1969 anywhere within.

i try to use

wget -A "avg_free_x*" http://download.avgfree.com

I have a big problem to indentify url to download from and a problem with wildcard.

Someone can help me?

Here avg offlines files links:

http://download.avgfree.com/filedir/inst/avg_free_x64_all_2014_4335a7045.exe

http://download.avgfree.com/filedir/inst/avg_free_x86_all_2014_4335a7045.exe

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i'ld like to download AVG offline installers via WGET

File name changes often due to version change

http://free.avg.com/it-it/download.prd-afh

For example now filename is avg_free_x64_all_2014_4335a7045.exe

I need to find a wildcard configuration to download every future release file from server using a simple wget script

Unless there's a good static redirector link (I don't think there is in this case), you'd have to download the HTML from that main page, scrape it for URLs that match the front part of the file name, and THEN call WGET on those URLs. If there's a way to do it with Script, the folks over here are sure to know.

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