The version I’m using:
yle-dl 20200807 with wget 1.20.3 (in Ubuntu 20.04)
Steps to reproduce:
$ /usr/local/bin/yle-dl -qq --backend wget --wget /usr/bin/wget https://areena.yle.fi/1-50636796
What I expect to happen:
For the download to complete without any output in the terminal.
What happens instead:
The command outputs this line (which to me seems like is from wget):
2020-09-25 17:25:27 URL:https://ylekaod-a.akamaihd.net/s/p/1955031/sp/195503100/serveFlavor/entryId/1_ldivkmki/v/11/ev/2/flavorId/1_b6wtzy8f/name/a.mp3?__hdnea__=st=1601043921~exp=1601058321~acl=/s/p/1955031/sp/195503100/serveFlavor/entryId/1_ldivkmki/v/11/ev/2/flavorId/1_b6wtzy8f/name/a.mp3*~hmac=bddcd801a98d3560990842beccee528da3861e588cf3438880642267aab03dc4 [21436961/21436961] -> "Kaverin puolesta kyselen: Koppuraiset kalsarit ja muita deittimokia-2020-09-25T06:45.mp3" 
This is still an issue; a newer (and still open, as of writing this) issue number for reference: #4312
Tuulenkaatoja kuntoradan Hiukkavaara–Auranmaja-välillä.
Sure, that sounds doable. 👍
I’m up for testing those packages. Would Github allow you to attach a deb to a comment here (perhaps wrapped in a Zip file)?
@Gilles’SO-stopbeingevil’ Ok, it was just my misunderstanding then; I interpreted the quote as meaning ”you should quote RHS regular expressions”.
”Except that you do need double quotes where a pattern or regular expression is expected: on the right-hand side of
=~.” Perhaps I’m misunderstanding this, but AFAIK, a RHS regular expression (i.e. after
=~) should always be unquoted (since Bash 3.2 at least).
Yup, it’s working now, thanks @ivaradi! Installed the -dbgsym packages and reproduced the segfault, here’s the gist.
(TBH, I’m just cargo culting from the wiki here, so I have no idea if this result is useful, but I do have a fairly solid way of triggering the issue, so just let me know if I should do something differently.)
I tried enabling the main/debug component for the PPA, but it just results in a bunch of ”repository […] doesn’t have the component ’main/debug'” errors when I run
apt update. Should I open a separate issue about it?
This hasn’t manifested itself in ages anymore, so it’s probably fixed.