Putting wget into the bin directory
I had to install wget into a path enabled folder on my C Drive as it was not installed.
To maintain portability is there a way to put wget into the bin directory in the same way as for example notepad++ and sublime?
I can get this to work if I put wget.exe in the root of the /bin directory but I was looking to put into its own "wget" folder like sublime etc are done to be neater.
@danraymond : To make it more portable, you can put wget.exe to your
usr\bindir (C:\laragon\usr\bin). Benefits:
- When you install Laragon to another machine, just copy your usr dir and you have all tools you want.
- There are only your wanted utilities in
usr\binso I don't think you need to make its own folder.
If I wanted to put it in a named folder in the /usr/bin directory how to get that to work (tried , it failed)