Ok thanks...another question if you have time...
Is there a way (I'm sure there is, I just don't know wget at all) to dump/not create a file when wget is run? I just need it to run the script, not download it's contents or anything. I think the default is for wget to save the output somewhere - which would pile up files quickly. Is this doable?
I think even better would be to get the darn recommended method working that's in the wiki:
...but when run in ssh, it says "No input file specified". I have a custom version of php 4 running, and working correctly - so I don't think it's that. It must be something in the directory path I'm missing or a command?
Again sorry for all of the questions, I just want this to be efficient since it'll run every 10 min or so and not tie up the CPU. Thanks again for the help.