Tim, do you know when you'll be able to examine and come up with a workaround for the issue? There are alternatives to wget2 but either they're not high performance or they're not really cut out for site scraping.
On Mon, Apr 2, 2018 at 12:30 PM, Jeffrey Fetterman <jfett...@mail.ccsf.edu> wrote: > I can tell you the exact steps I took from nothing to a fresh install, I > have the commands copied. > > install Debian from Windows Store, set up username/password > > $ sudo sh -c "echo kernel.yama.ptrace_scope = 0 >> > /etc/sysctl.d/10-ptrace.conf; sysctl --system -a -p | grep yama" > (this is a workaround for Valgrind and anything else that relies > on prctl(PR_SET_PTRACER) and the wget2 problem will occur either way) > > $ sudo apt-get update > $ sudo apt-get upgrade > $ sudo apt-get install autoconf autogen automake autopoint doxygen flex > gettext git gperf lcov libtool lzip make pandoc python3.5 pkg-config > texinfo valgrind libbz2-dev libgnutls28-dev libgpgme11-dev > libiconv-hook-dev libidn2-0-dev liblzma-dev libnghttp2-dev > libmicrohttpd-dev libpcre3-dev libpsl-dev libunistring-dev zlib1g-dev > $ sudo update-alternatives --install /usr/bin/python python > /usr/bin/python3.5 1 > > then the commands outlined as per the documentation. config.log attached. > > On Mon, Apr 2, 2018 at 11:53 AM, Tim Rühsen <tim.rueh...@gmx.de> wrote: > >> Hi Jeffrey, >> >> >> basically wget2 should work on WSL, I just tested it scarcely two weeks >> ago without issues. >> >> >> I suspect it might have to do with your dependencies (e.g. did you >> install libnghttp2-dev ?). >> >> To find out, please send your config.log. That allows me to see your >> compiler, CFLAGS and the detected dependencies etc.. >> >> I will try to reproduce the issue then. >> >> >> Regards, Tim >> >> >> On 02.04.2018 17:42, Jeffrey Fetterman wrote: >> > wget2 will not download any files, and I think there's some sort of >> disk >> > access issue. >> > >> > this is on Windows Subsystem for Linux Debian 9.3 Stretch. (Ubuntu 16.04 >> > LTS had the same issue.) >> > >> > Here's the output of strace -o strace.txt -ff wget2 >> https://www.google.com >> > >> > https://pastebin.com/4MEL88qs >> > >> > wget2 -d https://www.google.com just hangs after the line >> '02.103350.008 >> > ALPN offering http/1.1' >> > >> > ultimately I might have to submit a bug to WSL but I wouldn't know what >> to >> > report, I don't know what's wrong. And it'd be great if there was a >> > workaround >> >> >> >