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Get all links of a website

Terminal - Get all links of a website
lynx -dump http://example.com/ | awk '/http/{print $2}' | sort -u
2011-10-13 09:49:36
User: mathias
Functions: awk sort
0
Get all links of a website

This will get all links from a given URL, remove any duplicates, and output the result.

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There are 40 alternatives - vote for the best!

Terminal - Alternatives
lynx -dump http://www.domain.com | awk '/http/{print $2}'
dog --links "http://www.domain.com"
lynx -dump http://www.domain.com | awk '/http/{print $2}' | egrep "^https{0,1}"
lynx -dump http://www.domain.com | awk '/http/{print $2}' | egrep "^https{0,1}"
lynx -dump http://www.cooks4arab.com | awk '/http/{print $2}' | egrep "^https{0,1}"

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Got a error with the

sort -u

bit, as follows:

qsort: string comparison failed: Illegal byte sequence

sort: Set LC_ALL='C' to work around the problem.

sort: The strings compared were `\273' and `[1486]http://www.catonmat.net/blog/christmas-tree-in-the-shell/'.

I removed the 'sort -u' and send the output to a file. Then I looked at the file and this is what I saw:

=== START ===

[3]http://commandlinefu.uservoice.com/

[9]http://twitter.com/commandlinefu

[10]http://twitter.com/commandlinefu3

[11]http://twitter.com/commandlinefu10

[448]http

[449]httpd

[450]http_code

[1486]http://www.catonmat.net/blog/christmas-tree-in-the-shell/

-dump

80/tcp

paste(){

listhw(){

http://www.commandlinefu.com/mozilla_search_plugin.xml

=== END ===

Any explanation?

Comment by fukr 203 weeks ago

Ok, so some of the output between the START and END tags was removed.

there are two lines with <BB> immediately prior to the line that starts with [1486].

Comment by fukr 203 weeks ago

works with elinks, too

Comment by ctapyxa 199 weeks and 3 days ago

Your point of view

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