Operating system: Ubuntu 18
Unfortunately I get a 403 when running following:
sudo wget --adjust-extension --mirror --page-requisites --convert-links https://mywebsite.com
I am guessing there is secure feature in Virtualmin that disallows wget? Is there a way to get around this? Yes, can probably duplicate wp locally, but wget seems to be simpler solution, as I am going to convert it to static website anyway.
I am limited on server space, I have a wordpress website with nearly 1000 posts, pictures, etc, ~ 3.5 gigs worth of stuff going back almost 20 years. I want to convert it to a static website, so not the same as mysql or regular file back up. Since my vitualmin space is almost full, I decided to try use wget and httrack both are 403’d.