"Suhas Tembe" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: > Cookies.txt looks like this: > > # HTTP cookie file. > # Generated by Wget on 2003-10-13 13:19:26. > # Edit at your own risk. > > There is nothing after the 3rd line. So, it doesn't look like a > valid cookie file.
It's valid all right, but there are no cookies inside. The thing is, Wget will only save cookies that are marked as permanent through an expiry date in the future. Currently there is no way to force saving non-permanent cookies. You can, however, run both URLs in the same Wget invocation by providing them both on the command line. That way cookies should be shared.