For linux guys, wget is always a good old friend. Citing from the man page, it is a non-interactive network downloader. In situations where we need to download from multiple urls, wget can take input from files which contain those urls. ‘ -i ‘ option can be used along with wget to specify the input file. Apart from that you can even write a small script and run it in background as is explained below.
Suppose I need to download certain files from the following urls (Note:- Urls provided here are provided as a matter of example. They may or Continue reading