Thanks and that's kind of what i do now however, that still requires going to each Bitnami's download page and getting the "current" URL for that particular application then creating the wget line to execute using that.
All of that wouldn't be so bad if it only had to be done once but because Bitnami's .RUN naming convention includes the application's current Version # also that URL's name can change any time there is an update to the application available which means doing the entire manual portion of the process all over again.
If Bitnami were to store these .RUN files in a directory named after the "base-name" of the application, and just include a separate version.txt file to let someone know the version number then the repeated manual steps would not have to be done as a script to automate the wget could just go get the latest application w/out having to re-edit the wget script.
For example (using wordpress):
If the WordPress .RUN file were stored in a directory called
Then the wget could also just retrieve:
$ wget https://bitnami.com/wordpress/*.run
$ wget https://bitnami.com/wordpress/wordpress.run