How to Install and Use wget on Mac

using-wget-macos-hero.jpgwget is a non-interactive command-line utility for download resources from a specified URL. Because it is non-interactive, wget can work in the background or before the user even logs in. The program was designed especially for poor connections, making it especially robust in otherwise flaky conditions. While wget isn’t shipped with macOS, it can be easily downloaded and installed with Homebrew, the best Mac package manager available. 1. Download and Install Homebrew To install Homebrew, open a Terminal window and execute the following command taken from Homebrew’s website: /usr/bin/ruby -e “$(curl -fsSL” You might notice the command called curl, which is a different command-line… Read more

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