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Intermediate commit for building wget with openssl. This is a working version, part of incremental commits. For now, we're still using wget-1.15-gs (that always requires --no-check-certificate if running wget), which now uses a wgetrc conf file to turn off the check-certificate default of wget, since without this, wget fails getting https pages that don't yet have a valid security certificate. This commit introduces the template wgetrc-gs.in file, which contains a flag set to not require certificate checks, is copied to gs2build/OS as wgetrc. The WGETRC env var is set in setup.bash to point to the wgetrc file so wget runs smoothly against https urls.

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2### Sample Wget initialization file .wgetrc
3###
4
5# for versions with openssl support, don't want to be forced to run wget
6# with --no-check-certificate each time
7check_certificate = off
8
9## You can use this file to change the default behaviour of wget or to
10## avoid having to type many many command-line options. This file does
11## not contain a comprehensive list of commands -- look at the manual
12## to find out what you can put into this file. You can find this here:
13##   $ info wget.info 'Startup File'
14## Or online here:
15##   https://www.gnu.org/software/wget/manual/wget.html#Startup-File
16##
17## Wget initialization file can reside in /usr/local/etc/wgetrc
18## (global, for all users) or $HOME/.wgetrc (for a single user).
19##
20## To use the settings in this file, you will have to uncomment them,
21## as well as change them, in most cases, as the values on the
22## commented-out lines are the default values (e.g. "off").
23
24
25##
26## Global settings (useful for setting up in /usr/local/etc/wgetrc).
27## Think well before you change them, since they may reduce wget's
28## functionality, and make it behave contrary to the documentation:
29##
30
31# You can set retrieve quota for beginners by specifying a value
32# optionally followed by 'K' (kilobytes) or 'M' (megabytes).  The
33# default quota is unlimited.
34#quota = inf
35
36# You can lower (or raise) the default number of retries when
37# downloading a file (default is 20).
38#tries = 20
39
40# Lowering the maximum depth of the recursive retrieval is handy to
41# prevent newbies from going too "deep" when they unwittingly start
42# the recursive retrieval.  The default is 5.
43#reclevel = 5
44
45# By default Wget uses "passive FTP" transfer where the client
46# initiates the data connection to the server rather than the other
47# way around.  That is required on systems behind NAT where the client
48# computer cannot be easily reached from the Internet.  However, some
49# firewalls software explicitly supports active FTP and in fact has
50# problems supporting passive transfer.  If you are in such
51# environment, use "passive_ftp = off" to revert to active FTP.
52#passive_ftp = off
53
54# The "wait" command below makes Wget wait between every connection.
55# If, instead, you want Wget to wait only between retries of failed
56# downloads, set waitretry to maximum number of seconds to wait (Wget
57# will use "linear backoff", waiting 1 second after the first failure
58# on a file, 2 seconds after the second failure, etc. up to this max).
59#waitretry = 10
60
61
62##
63## Local settings (for a user to set in his $HOME/.wgetrc).  It is
64## *highly* undesirable to put these settings in the global file, since
65## they are potentially dangerous to "normal" users.
66##
67## Even when setting up your own ~/.wgetrc, you should know what you
68## are doing before doing so.
69##
70
71# Set this to on to use timestamping by default:
72#timestamping = off
73
74# It is a good idea to make Wget send your email address in a `From:'
75# header with your request (so that server administrators can contact
76# you in case of errors).  Wget does *not* send `From:' by default.
77#header = From: Your Name <username@site.domain>
78
79# You can set up other headers, like Accept-Language.  Accept-Language
80# is *not* sent by default.
81#header = Accept-Language: en
82
83# You can set the default proxies for Wget to use for http, https, and ftp.
84# They will override the value in the environment.
85#https_proxy = http://proxy.yoyodyne.com:18023/
86#http_proxy = http://proxy.yoyodyne.com:18023/
87#ftp_proxy = http://proxy.yoyodyne.com:18023/
88
89# If you do not want to use proxy at all, set this to off.
90#use_proxy = on
91
92# You can customize the retrieval outlook.  Valid options are default,
93# binary, mega and micro.
94#dot_style = default
95
96# Setting this to off makes Wget not download /robots.txt.  Be sure to
97# know *exactly* what /robots.txt is and how it is used before changing
98# the default!
99#robots = on
100
101# It can be useful to make Wget wait between connections.  Set this to
102# the number of seconds you want Wget to wait.
103#wait = 0
104
105# You can force creating directory structure, even if a single is being
106# retrieved, by setting this to on.
107#dirstruct = off
108
109# You can turn on recursive retrieving by default (don't do this if
110# you are not sure you know what it means) by setting this to on.
111#recursive = off
112
113# To always back up file X as X.orig before converting its links (due
114# to -k / --convert-links / convert_links = on having been specified),
115# set this variable to on:
116#backup_converted = off
117
118# To have Wget follow FTP links from HTML files by default, set this
119# to on:
120#follow_ftp = off
121
122# To try ipv6 addresses first:
123#prefer-family = IPv6
124
125# Set default IRI support state
126#iri = off
127
128# Force the default system encoding
129#locale = UTF-8
130
131# Force the default remote server encoding
132#remoteencoding = UTF-8
133
134# Turn on to prevent following non-HTTPS links when in recursive mode
135#httpsonly = off
136
137# Tune HTTPS security (auto, SSLv2, SSLv3, TLSv1, PFS)
138#secureprotocol = auto
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