Wget : Quickly upload and transfer files to your linux server using Shell

So you are sick and tyred of downloading different files to your computer and then uploading it to your server !?

Then the Wget shell comand is perfect for you !

    Log into your shell account on your server by using Putty.
    Log in by using your log in name and password , that will get you into root , choose and go to the directory you want to upload your program by using the cd comand :

    like this :

    cd /home/yourdirectory/thedownloaddirectory

    That’ll get you into the directory and then just use wget ; for example lets say we wanna download and install php-nuke into this directory , so just get the direct url of the zip file and use:

    wget http://phpnuke.org/files/PHP-Nuke-7.2.zip

    Voila, that’ll upload the zipped version of php-nuke onto your server , now you will just need to unzip the file by using this shell comand :
    tar -zxvf PHP-Nuke-7.2.zip

    Great isn’t it , the whole process just took you 2 minutes instead of downloading it onto your pc (30 min) and uploading it onto the server (1hours)

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