wget script

Jason Huebel jason at technicalcare.com
Thu Jan 9 19:40:51 PST 2003

I've attached a script and a list of URLs usable with wget.  Note that 
the script (wget.packages) isn't strictly necessary, but specifies a 
couple of sane wget options (like max retries and download resuming).

Anyway, save these two files to the directory where you want to download 
the packages to, make wget.packages executable and run it...  I've used 
freshmeat redirected links for a lot of things.  I also avoided using 
the LFS FTP server, since it only allows 50 connections.  Any LFS 
patches come from downloads.linuxfromscratch.org, instead.  For the odd 
download that came from a SourceForge download server, I used the Telia 

NOTE:  I've included some newer packages in urllist.txt than what is 
specified in the LFS book dated 20030108.  Use at your own risk.

Hope this is useful... The script and list a public domain, I reserve no 
rights to it and accept no responsibility for what it might do to your 
computer, love life or mental disposition.

Jason Huebel

war02006 at byui.edu wrote:
> I noticed that there is no wget script for download in the cvs 
> book...
> http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/view/cvs/chapter04/packages.html
> Will one become available anytime soon?
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