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Hi,

I'm looking for a way to run 'linkchecker' on multiple domains specified as an input.txt file.

Example of input.txt

http://www.mywebsite.com
http://www.mysecondsite.com
etc...


I'm currently running this command:

linkchecker http://www.mydomain.com

I need to run this across a lot of domains and doing it individually would take a very long time.

Thank you,
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you can do it even in shell

#!/bin/bash

for link in `cat input.txt` ; do
  linkcheck $link
done


input.txt contains links.
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Thanks!
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