What format is this page in and how can I download it all at once?

deeve

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Dec 20, 2012
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Hello, I have paid access to a TOyota shop manual site which allows printing and downloading of the files. The shop manual I want is over 500 individual PDF's with multiple pages in each PDF. I would like to download it all at once and keep the hierarchy for off line viewing. I am unfamiliar with the format the page is in, although it looks like a Adobe something or other. Anyone have any idea and suggestions to download it all at once? THanks!

DAVE
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1911

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Hello, I have paid access to a TOyota shop manual site which allows printing and downloading of the files. The shop manual I want is over 500 individual PDF's with multiple pages in each PDF. I would like to download it all at once and keep the hierarchy for off line viewing. I am unfamiliar with the format the page is in, although it looks like a Adobe something or other. Anyone have any idea and suggestions to download it all at once? THanks!
DAVE
Have you tried wget?
 

deeve

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Dec 20, 2012
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I have and no joy. I am not a wget expert though, but it does run but does not download anything when I try to use it
 

deeve

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It appears it is a Java system of some sort. All the normal methods will not let me downlaod.
 

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