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David Moles writes code for money and sometimes for fun. He also writes science fiction for fun and sometimes for money. He currently lives in California.


Feb
27
comment Recursive wget eventually starts failing with “Unable to resolve host” / “Temporary failure in name resolution”
I'm pretty sure I saw this in 1.13 before I noticed the noclobber problem, but I suspect you're right about the file descriptors. And yes, while you can get a tarball of the release source, GNU is unfortunately quite a lot behind the times in terms of public source control.
Feb
27
accepted Recursive wget eventually starts failing with “Unable to resolve host” / “Temporary failure in name resolution”
Feb
27
comment Recursive wget eventually starts failing with “Unable to resolve host” / “Temporary failure in name resolution”
@mindthemonkey I think you might be on to something -- I left it to complete overnight, and came back to find the conversion process complaining "Too many open files".
Feb
27
asked Recursive wget eventually starts failing with “Unable to resolve host” / “Temporary failure in name resolution”
Apr
13
awarded  Benefactor
Apr
12
awarded  Supporter
Apr
12
awarded  Scholar
Apr
12
accepted Enabling Compiz Viewport Switcher key bindings
Apr
6
awarded  Promoter
Mar
28
awarded  Student
Mar
28
asked Enabling Compiz Viewport Switcher key bindings
Mar
28
awarded  Autobiographer