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    Is there a command line way to grab a feed from an HTTP source? MY web host blocks outgoing calls, so I can't use server side stuff.

    I know there's got to be a way to do it locally to automate it, but I can't put my finger on it.

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    WGET
    There are a bunch of threads here. Just do a search for WGET.

    link to another resource ... thanks to ScottJ from Befree for this. here

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    ah yes, perfect! Thank you!


    (Now if only I could fake a static IP address for my Linkshare feeds....)

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