wget command, how do I allow/instruct to overwrite my local file everytime, irrespective of how many times I invoke.
Let's say, I want to download a file from the location: http://server/folder/file1.html
Here, whenever I say
wget http://server/folder/file1.html, I want this
file1.html to be overwritten in my local system irrespective of the time it is changed, already downloaded, etc. My intention/use case here is that when I call wget, I'm very sure that I want to replace/overwrite the existing file.
I've tried out the following options, but each option is intended/meant for some other purpose.
- -nc => --no-clobber
- -N => Turn on time-stamping
- -r => Turn on recursive retrieving