Brew Wget

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Homebrew Cask installs macOS apps, fonts and plugins and other non-open source software. $ brew install -cask firefox. Making a cask is as simple as creating a formula. $ brew create -cask foo Editing /usr/local/Homebrew/Library/Taps/homebrew/homebrew-cask/Casks/foo.rb. 1.952 s 10 runs Summary 'export HOMEBREWBOOTSNAP=1; brew info wget' ran 1.30 ± 0.05 times faster than 'unset HOMEBREWBOOTSNAP; brew info wget' ``` MikeMcQuaid force-pushed the MikeMcQuaid:bootsnap branch from 99aa2a7 to 683ae7f Jan 21, 2021.

This brief guide will take you step by step through the process of installing wget in macOS.

FYI – this guide could just as easily be called “how to install Linux Apps in macOS” – as there are a slew of *nix programs that have been ported to work via Homebrew.

Join Stack Overflow to learn, share knowledge, and build your career. Brew install wget. Brew install jq. Deploy Kubernetes Cluster. Use the commands below to deploy an AKS cluster: make azure. During the deploy, you will be asked to enter information about your cluster: var.location. The location where the Managed Kubernetes Cluster should be created. Wget and curl functionality via PowerShell on a Windows system If you are accustomed to using the wget or cURL utilities on Linux or Mac OS X to download webpages from a command-line interface (CLI), there is a Gnu utility, Wget for Windows, that you can download and use on systems running Microsoft Windows.

With Homebrew, the “missing package manager for macOS” (more info here), you can easily install wget in macOS with just a few Terminal commands. Even better, Homebrew itself is just as easy to install. Here goes –

Discourse.brew.sh

Install Homebrew

  1. Go to Applications ->Utilities and double-click Terminal. Then copy and paste the following command into Terminal and hit return (Enter) on your keyboard:

/usr/bin/ruby -e '$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)'

  1. In all likelihood you’ll see the line The Xcode Command Line Tools will be installed. Hit the return key on your keyboard to continue.
  2. Enter your macOS password when prompted.
  3. Sit back and wait. Don’t worry if nothing seems to be happening while the software installs, just give it a bit of time.
  4. Once the installation has completed you’ll be back at the Terminal prompt. Keep it open, we’ll be using it in the next section too.

Install wget in macOS

  1. Now that you have Homebrew installed, it’s time to install wget. To do so, enter the command:

    brew install wget

  2. Once again just sit back and wait. Installing wget will take less time than it did to install Homebrew, so don’t go too far away.
  3. Once again you’ll be back at the macOS Terminal prompt.
  4. Now type wget to make sure everything went smoothly.
  5. If you need a refresher on using wget, we’ve got you covered with a guide on using wget. You can also read the manual for wget by entering the command man wget
  6. Enjoy!
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If you are accustomed to using the wget or cURL utilities onLinux orMac OS X to download webpages from a command-line interface (CLI), there is a Gnuutility, Wget for Windows, that you can download and use on systems running MicrosoftWindows. Alternatively, you can use the Invoke-WebRequestcmdlet from a PowerShell prompt, if you have version 3.0 or greater ofPowerShell on the system. You can determine the version of PowerShell ona system by opening a PowerShell window and typing $psversiontable.E.g., in the example below from a Windows 10 system, the version of PowerShellis 5.1.15063.674.

If you have version 3.0 or later, you can use wget or curl as an alias for the Invoke-WebRequest cmdlet,at least up through version 5.x. E.g., if I want to download the homepage for the website example.com to a file named index.html, I could usethe command wget -OutFile index.html http://example.comat a PowerShell prompt. Or I could use either of the following commands,instead:

curl -OutFile index.html http://example.com
Invoke-WebRequest -OutFile index.html http://example.com

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If you don't want to download the page to thesystem, but just want to see the header information for the page. Youcan just specify the URL for the page as shown below.


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You can see syntax information for the cmdlet by typing Invoke-WebRequest -? at a PowerShell prompt.