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Old 06-11-2019, 09:52 AM   #1
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Question Slash and backslash doesn't work. How can I wget file inside domain from base url?


I'm trying to quick deploy some configurations to various machines which there is user interaction and to do this I need to download one script but '/' and '\' keys aren't working because of localization issues.

Is there a command I can use to download files from an url like for example:

wget www.myautomated.scripts/

I tried wget -B www.myautomated.scripts -i but it doesn't work

(perhaps it's easier and quicker than one full comand to set keyboard locale, which I don't know how to list and set, and maybe locale command is different in each distro)

Is this possible?

Thank you!
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