I would like to download all the files for a MOOC course. I believe the directory the files are in has private access, while the files have public access.
The server is an AWS server so I understand they have a CLI.
So what would the approach be, on Linux/Ubuntu, for downloading the files with the AWS CLI?
but secondly, can this be done with just a bash script?
Is there a way to print all the files in a directory if you only have access to the files?
I don't need the full script, just a workaround to get a list of all files in the directory: https://s3.amazonaws.com/edx-course-spdx-kiczales/HTC/
should look something like this:
more-arithmetic-expression-starter.rkt more-arithmetic-expression-solution.rkt tile-starter.rkt tile-solution.rkt compare-images-starter.rkt compare-images-solution.rkt more-foo-evaluation-starter.rkt ...
Anyway, I already went through manually and found each name of the file in the directory, but since I might complete more courses and they will more often than not host material files in the same manner, I would love if there was a bulk approach to downloading files from a (AWS) server.
thanks for your help