I'm running a wget command with a rather deep recursion depth. The deep recursion depth is needed to get the files I want, but I don't want to wait for the operation to complete. I see that I can terminate wget through a number of channels (Ctrl+C, kill, etc.). The problem is that if I use one of these "forceful" ways to terminate wget, the effects of
-k (convert links) are unnoticed.
How can I terminate wget while forcing (allowing, encouraging, permitting) it to convert links?