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Chris M
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This may also be an nvidia driver installation issue. I'm not seeing any real problems reported for wget at packages.qa.debian.org/w/wget.html

There is no experimental package, and testing and sid share the same package, so if it's a wget issue, it doesn't look like a fix is coming any time soon.

I would run smxi-sgfxi again and install the debian-nvidia package and live with that for a while. I don't think downgrading wget is going to give you a problem if you do that, but you may not have to downgrade wget if you go with the debian-nvidia driver.
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the wget install could be corrupted, if there are no wget issues reported at all for this release of debian. One missing byte on disk of the wget binary can cause this issue, which means, it would be unique to the user. If others experience it, it's more likely to be something tripped possibly by grabbing a very small file.

Unrelated to nvidia, smxi, etc.

I would do this:

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apt-get update && apt-get purge wget && apt-get install wget


Then test again with the same exact command as before, and see if the segfault persists. If it does not persist, I would do a file system/disk check to see if there are corrupted disk sectors. If it does persist, I would file a bug report.
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savannah.gnu.org/bugs/?48502

Release: 1.17.1

There is a bug on just this issue, and it may not be fixed in Debian.

So you do: wget --version to see which version it is.

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wget --version
GNU Wget 1.19.1 built on linux-gnu.


That's Debian Testing/Buster
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Chris M
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We have 3 people reporting the same issue. As indicated, I did purge wget and then did a reinstall.

Before I try what you're suggesting, here's my test with the downgraded Stretch wget file:

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root@asus:/home/chris# wget -O - smxi.org/sm/sm-versions
--2017-11-04 16:38:19--  http://smxi.org/sm/sm-versions
Resolving smxi.org (smxi.org)... 216.92.31.53
Connecting to smxi.org (smxi.org)|216.92.31.53|:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 301 Moved Permanently
Location: https://smxi.org/sm/sm-versions [following]
--2017-11-04 16:38:19--  https://smxi.org/sm/sm-versions
Connecting to smxi.org (smxi.org)|216.92.31.53|:443... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 1009
Saving to: ‘STDOUT’

-                     0%[                    ]       0  --.-KB/s               smxi=8.15.23:2017-11-03
sm-lib-apt-tools=1.23.42:2015-06-23
sm-lib-clean-up=2.10.15:2012-02-08
sm-lib-distro-conversion=3.3.17:2014-03-29
sm-lib-du-fixes=1.4.12:2015-11-16
sm-lib-graphics=2.6.2:2014-12-19
sm-lib-kde4-updater=0.7.39:2013-11-19
sm-lib-kernel=2.6.86:2017-05-19
sm-lib-kernel-install=2.12.14:2016-05-12
sm-lib-misc-tweaks=1.24.6:2015-03-11
sm-lib-package-install=3.4.38:2016-11-01
sm-lib-package-removal=1.4.2:2011-02-10
sm-lib-warning=2.0.2:2009-04-15
sm-lib-2006-fixes=1.2.2:2008-06-08
sm-lib-2007-fixes=1.3.20:2008-11-17
sm-lib-2008-fixes=1.4.2:2008-12-26
sm-lib-2008-fixes-s=1.0.1:2008-11-17
sm-lib-2008-fixes-t=1.0.2:2008-11-18
sm-lib-2009-fixes=1.1.25:2010-09-16
sm-lib-2009-fixes-s=1.0.1:2009-04-07
sm-lib-2009-fixes-t=1.1.19:2009-12-02
sm-lib-2011-fixes=1.1.0:2011-07-14
sm-lib-2011-fixes-s=1.0.0:2011-02-10
sm-lib-2011-fixes-t=1.1.0:2011-07-14
sgfxi=4.24.18:2017-11-03
svmi=2.8.72:2017-07-27
inxi=2.3.43:2017-10-31
rbxi=2.7.4:2016-12-20
sm-main-version=8.41.58:2017-11-03

###**EOF**###
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2017-11-04 16:38:19 (36.8 MB/s) - written to stdout [1009/1009]

root@asus:/home/chris# wget -O - https://smxi.org/sm/sm-versions
--2017-11-04 16:38:39--  https://smxi.org/sm/sm-versions
Resolving smxi.org (smxi.org)... 216.92.31.53
Connecting to smxi.org (smxi.org)|216.92.31.53|:443... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 1009
Saving to: ‘STDOUT’

-                     0%[                    ]       0  --.-KB/s               smxi=8.15.23:2017-11-03
sm-lib-apt-tools=1.23.42:2015-06-23
sm-lib-clean-up=2.10.15:2012-02-08
sm-lib-distro-conversion=3.3.17:2014-03-29
sm-lib-du-fixes=1.4.12:2015-11-16
sm-lib-graphics=2.6.2:2014-12-19
sm-lib-kde4-updater=0.7.39:2013-11-19
sm-lib-kernel=2.6.86:2017-05-19
sm-lib-kernel-install=2.12.14:2016-05-12
sm-lib-misc-tweaks=1.24.6:2015-03-11
sm-lib-package-install=3.4.38:2016-11-01
sm-lib-package-removal=1.4.2:2011-02-10
sm-lib-warning=2.0.2:2009-04-15
sm-lib-2006-fixes=1.2.2:2008-06-08
sm-lib-2007-fixes=1.3.20:2008-11-17
sm-lib-2008-fixes=1.4.2:2008-12-26
sm-lib-2008-fixes-s=1.0.1:2008-11-17
sm-lib-2008-fixes-t=1.0.2:2008-11-18
sm-lib-2009-fixes=1.1.25:2010-09-16
sm-lib-2009-fixes-s=1.0.1:2009-04-07
sm-lib-2009-fixes-t=1.1.19:2009-12-02
sm-lib-2011-fixes=1.1.0:2011-07-14
sm-lib-2011-fixes-s=1.0.0:2011-02-10
sm-lib-2011-fixes-t=1.1.0:2011-07-14
sgfxi=4.24.18:2017-11-03
svmi=2.8.72:2017-07-27
inxi=2.3.43:2017-10-31
rbxi=2.7.4:2016-12-20
sm-main-version=8.41.58:2017-11-03

###**EOF**###
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2017-11-04 16:38:40 (56.2 MB/s) - written to stdout [1009/1009]

root@asus:/home/chris#


I'll try your suggestion and report back.
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Chris M
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:: techAdmin wrote ::
https://savannah.gnu.org/bugs/?48502

Release: 1.17.1

There is a bug on just this issue, and it may not be fixed in Debian.

So you do: wget --version to see which version it is.

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wget --version
GNU Wget 1.19.1 built on linux-gnu.


That's Debian Testing/Buster


This is the result (and keep in mind that I have downgraded to the Stretch version):

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root@asus:/home/chris# wget --version
GNU Wget 1.18 built on linux-gnu.


That bug you linked to is from 2016, but I'm not seeing that is was resolved.

I'll try apt-get update && apt-get purge wget && apt-get install wget and see what happens, but I did purge and reinstalled the testing wget.
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Chris M
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Same problem after purging. Since the Stretch version is working, this must be a 1.19.1-4 to 1.19.2-1 upgrade issue. Again, wget was just upgraded in Testing (on 10/30).
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Chris M
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Just for fun, I tried installing the 1.19.1-4 version of wget from snapshot.debian.org/package/wget/1.19.1-4/

My sgfxi log gives me the same installation issue:

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-> An incomplete installation of libglvnd was found. Do you want to install a full copy of libglvnd? This will overwrite any existing libglvnd libraries. (Answer: Abort installation.)
ERROR: Installation has failed.  Please see the file '/var/log/nvidia-installer.log' for details.  You may find suggestions on fixing installation problems in the README available on the Linux driver download page at www.nvidia.com.
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
  ERROR: (245) The nvidia installer exited with the error: 1
A copy of this driver installer error log is also here: /var/log/sgfxi/sgfxi.log


The nvidia-installer log gives me the same error:

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-> An incomplete installation of libglvnd was found. Do you want to install a full copy of libglvnd? This will overwrite any existing libglvnd libraries. (Answer: Abort installation.)
ERROR: Installation has failed.  Please see the file '/var/log/nvidia-installer.log' for details.  You may find suggestions on fixing installation problems in the README available on the Linux driver download page at www.nvidia.com.


As is the case with the Stretch version, I'm not getting wget errors with the older 1.19.1-4 version of wget. But I am getting the same incomplete installation of libglvnd was found error..

H2, any additional thoughts on this? I can only install the nouveau or the debian-nvidia driver.
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You want to take these simple examples, and use them to demonstrate the bug in wget to the debian stretch wget maintainer.

Stretch is new stable, and it was released 2017-06-17, sid/testing was frozen probably 6 months before that.

This has, again, nothing to do with smxi, it's clearly a wget bug, so you just want to find the versions you are running, compare, etc, and then file bug reports to the appropriate distro maintainer.

In other words, you don't say, the nvidia installer is failing, smxi is failing, you provide this:

wget -O - smxi.org/sm/sm-versions

and it's output to the maintainer so he can look at it and try to reproduce it.

hh
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Chris M
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hh, I have a request. There's no question that there's an issue with the latest testing and sid wget. But since I have successfully downgraded wget to 1.19.1-4 from 1.19.2-1 (not getting wget errors), look here: lists.opensuse.org/opensuse-factory/2017-04/msg00540.html

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there is a simple answer to the problem with libglvnd available by rtfd
for the installer:
sh ./NVIDIA-Linux-x86_64-381.09.run -aqs --install-libglvnd


So it looks like I'm dealing with 2 errors. Error 1 seems to be taken care of with the older wget version (older by a few days). Error 2 is:

> An incomplete installation of libglvnd was found. Do you want to install a full copy of libglvnd? This will overwrite any existing libglvnd libraries. (Answer: Abort installation.)

Can you insert an sgfxi argument/line that answers "Yes" to install a full copy of libglvnd?
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this is my output:

/home/utente# wget -O - https://smxi.org/sm/sm-versions
--2017-11-06 12:15:14-- https://smxi.org/sm/sm-versions
Risoluzione di smxi.org (smxi.org)... 216.92.31.53
Connessione a smxi.org (smxi.org)|216.92.31.53|:443... connesso.
Richiesta HTTP inviata, in attesa di risposta... 200 OK
Errore di segmentazione (core dump creato)

/home/utente# wget --version
GNU Wget 1.19.2 compilato su linux-gnu.

WHY??

best regards
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