General :: Windows Download Manager Such As DAP Or Internet Download Manager With Wine

Feb 24, 2010

Which download manager i can use for linux and how...kindly let me know can i use windows download manager such as DAP or internet download manager with wine in linux...

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Ubuntu :: Alternative To Internet Download Manager To Download Movies From Any Website?

Mar 17, 2011

Alternative to Internet Download Manager (IDM) to download movies from any website.Ok, so one of the cool things about IDM was that i was able to download movies from ..... and other sites that have video clips on their site, but now that i have switch all my computers over to ubuntu linux, i now need an alternative to this problem because IDM will not work with the firefox on ubuntu linux.So my question is, do you guys know of an alternative software for downloading movies from any site such as ..... and other sites?

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Fedora :: Download Manager For 14 Similar To Internet For Windows

Jan 16, 2011

Where can i find download manager for Fedora 14 similar to Internet Download Manager for windows

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Ubuntu :: Substitute For Internet Download Manager

Jan 29, 2010

I have gone through many threads but most of them have been dead for many time and I think there would have been a few advances in the Ubuntu software domain, so maybe a new downloader is up which manages downloads in a better way.Well, those who have used Internet Download Manager know that it is one of the best ones offered for Windows. It has many useful functions available in one single domain.

- It integrates to all browsers damn well, like charm.
- It can manage rapidshare, megaupload, hotfile and similar file hosting services very smoothly.
- It is a multi-threaded downloader which means that before starting to download file it breaks it up in many small pieces, and then downloads all fragments side by side, making the download very very fast, even on slower connections.
- It can also do very well with the websites which do not permit multithreaded downloading from their servers.
- It can take on video downloads from any page on the web which has a streaming video.
- It is very stable (if bought legitimately, which is not true in most cases ). But quite stable in even when not registered or cracked.
- Above all, it has a smart gui interface which provides interactive operations on downloaded files.

I have used many downloaders for Ubuntu and there has been some problem with each one. Some have a nice CLI structure but not GUI. Some of them are not multi-threaded. Some are multithreaded but do not allow pausing and continuing downloads (which actually does not satisfy the very definition of download managers). I haven't seen a single download manager which is GUI, multithreaded and well integrated to browsers all at the same time.What I want to know is, do my friends here at Ubuntu galaxy want to point out a real shiny star here which would make me forget the damn propriety software? Or if such a downloader hasn't been built yet, why not let's build one... Shouldn't be too hard especially if we have a model example (IDM 5.18 for Windows) in front of us... Well the algorithm must be simple, get address, verify the existence of file, break apart into several pieces and start downloading. I don't know how to implement this algorithm yet, but I am a quick learner and if a few expert programmers join me, we can do something that would remove one complain for most Ubuntu users.

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Ubuntu Installation :: Install IDM ( Internet Download Manager ) For 9.04

Mar 15, 2010

Now i want to install IDM(Internet Download Manager) for my ubuntu 9.04... Where can i get this software??

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Software :: File Download Manager When Internet Disconnects?

Oct 25, 2010

I use Ubuntu 10.04 LTS. I need a download manager that can pause download whenever there is a network interruption, keeps pinging to check if the network is back on.. and then continues file download seamlessly.

Though this feature seems basic to download managers, so far I ve never seen it working well in Linux at all... I live in a place where voltage fluctuations and thereby internet disconnection is common, around this time of the year.. So I am desperate for a nice download manager. I had seen 'Star downloader' in Win XP work like a charm. But Kget and Gwget drive me nuts.. As soon as the internet is down, Gwget keeps displaying the same download speed and 'Retrieving...' status and. I need to keep checking in and resuming download.

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Software :: Ubuntu 8.04 - Internet Download Manager Alternative?

Apr 15, 2010

I have used windows xp in which there was useful software called internet download manager (called IDM) which segments the file while downloading so multiple different parts of same file get downloaded simultaneously decreasing time taken to download. Now I have ubuntu 8.04 & I use wget which is fine (because I love commandline) but I think it downloads file serially. Is there any software which acts like IDM ?

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Software :: Install Internet Download Manager Full In Mint?

Apr 8, 2011

me to install IDM in linux mint..

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Ubuntu Networking :: Download Fix In Windows And Install With Update Manager

Jul 27, 2010

downloaded wubi 10.04 & after install wireless inop. 64bit 10.04 & unable to connect with a cat5 to download fixes My problem is finding the fix for wireless & downloading it with windows. So how can i download the fix in windows & install with the update manager or whatever. Bottom line what is the fix & how can i download it with windows?

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General :: Download Manager For Fedora?

Jul 5, 2010

I recently made fedora as my primary o.s before that i was using windows xp,so to download any file in xp i used to have internet download manager,i was wondering if there are any softwares that are similar to internet download manager?

I downloaded internet download manager to my fedora and used wine tool to install it but unfortunatley it dint work!

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General :: Download Manager For Ubuntu 9.10?

May 4, 2010

Is there any download manager for ubuntu and which one is good?

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General :: Name Of The Download Manager For Xfce4 ?

Feb 1, 2011

Kernel, GNU/Linux (Slackware 12.0).
Xfce 4.4

When browsing the web, maybe I end up in a link to download some stuff through the internet. When I click a window opens prompting me (desktop environment= xfce) what to do with the file. Who is in charge of the download procedure from my side of the cable? I'll assume he is the download manager, a term new to me up to recently.

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General :: Download Manager For Ubuntu Over Network

Oct 27, 2010

I am trying to download a 22gb file over a slow vpn connection. The file is not hosted so what I did was just "connect to remote server" via Ubuntu, navigate to the directory where the file is and copy and paste it into my file system.Unfortunately I was not able to download the file because the connection conked out. I was wondering if there was some sort of download manager that would enable me to copy the file I want and if the connection goes out again just resume.

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Ubuntu :: Best Download Manager With Gui ?

Jul 7, 2010

I have one problem with linux all distribution that is i don't have best download manager to download files efficiency

I know download managers for linux like : downloadthemall, wget, aria2c, jdownloader but they arent best how to to chose best download manager with gui

IDM is best download manager but it is for windows i can install IDM with wine in linux but it can,t work properly in linux. choose download manager like IDM and it's features for linux.

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OpenSUSE :: Download Manager For 11.2 - Recommendation?

Sep 1, 2010

I need a download manager for my OpenSUSE 11.2. Do you have any recommendation?

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OpenSUSE :: What's Favorite Download Manager

Feb 19, 2011

I personally use GNOME gwget, but what is your favorite? I'm creating this thread out of curiousity to see if there is a better download manager. I generally use a download manager because of the better resuming support than just Firefox's download manager, as I have an unreliable internet connection.

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Ubuntu :: Looking For A Download Manager With Acceleration?

Feb 4, 2010

I am looking for a download manager with acceleration, pause/resume support and browser integration with firefox or konqueror. And the ability to easily download embedded videos would be a plus.

Internet Download Manager is the ideal for me in Windows.

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Ubuntu :: How To Find A Download Manager

May 22, 2010

I've desperately been trying to find a download manager for premium rapidshare download and Downloader For X seems to be the most popular solution around. I've tried DTA and Flashgot, they do the trick but not exactly a Flashget (Windows) equivalent.In Downloader For X, I can't get to download anything because of the additional slashes and numbers and stuff. For example, the URL [URL] becomes [URL]I checked the forums and it seems I'm not alone. There is even a working solution [URL]but the date is quite old (I'm using Lucid) and I couldn't find the main/ file .

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Ubuntu :: Is There Any Effective Download Manager

Dec 30, 2010

Is there any effective download manager for ubuntu 10.04 (like Internet download manager for windows)?

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Red Hat / Fedora :: Download Manager Accelerator

Jan 31, 2009

From where i can download manager accelerator for fedora.

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Software :: Download Manager For CentOS

Jun 5, 2010

Is there any download manager for CentOS which has speed limitter feature?

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Software :: Good Download Manager

Oct 31, 2010

After a long ride searching for linux download managers I have found only Multiget and GWget(that both are out of date), KGet and UGet.Don't any one know any other download managers?

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Fedora :: Good Download Manager For FC11?

Jan 8, 2010

Can anyone suggest a good Download Manager for FC11.
and where can i get it..

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OpenSUSE :: Good Download Manager And Accelerator?

May 10, 2011

Excuse me for bringing back this kind of subject already discussed by other users, but I need it. I have slow internet connection so I need a download manager that is able to accelerate downloads and resume them after they are paused or interrupted by provider disconnection. I tried kget but it's very slow. After some minutes downloads hadn't even started. I found that downthemall and prozgui got a more suitable speed but I have had problems with latter versions of both.

In downthemall almost at all downloads that amount to a size of several Mb's the speed start to slow down when it reaches from 90% to 99% completed until 0kb/s and download pauses, needing manual resuming. But I can stay watching downloads to see when they'll stop, mainly if they are large. Prozgui worked fine in my opensuse 11.3 install but now on 11.4 some downloads seem to end up correctly but when I use them some files are corrupted.

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Ubuntu Servers :: Get Web Based Download Manager?

Feb 1, 2010

I have installed 9.10 server on an old machine at home that I want to use purely for managing any software downloads.

I used to use the firefox add on DownThemAll on my ubuntu desktop environment so I am looking for a web based download manager for the server that has similar features (username/password restricted downloads, scheduling, pausing/restarting downloads) as DownThemAll.

I basically want to be able to add a bunch of downloads to a list and the server then downloads them. I need to be able to save a username/password combination for certain sites. I would also like to be able to see progress on the downloads and pause/resume them

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Ubuntu :: Download Manager With Scheduling Support?

May 29, 2010

good download manager for ubuntu with scheduling support .I tried wxdownloadfast , fatrat, roxbird, multiget . The roxbird didn't start at all . In other three, downloading works but scheduling simply doesn't work . Nothing happens at the scheduled time.I prefer a graphical one because I can suggest it to my friends using ubuntu . If you know a working (I mean scheduling) command line one, please tell that too am using 64bit ubuntu lucid . I don't know whether that is the reason why scheduling didn't work

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Ubuntu :: Download Manager For Supports Filesonic?

Jan 2, 2011

Does anyone know of a download manager for Ubuntu that supports I've used Tucan to download from rapidshare and megaupload, but unfortunately, it doesn't support filesonic. Any ideas? A friend suggested wget, but that's not really the type of download manager I'm looking for.

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Fedora :: Unable To Remove Aria Download Manager

Apr 7, 2011

I installed aria download manager from this site:


But now i am not able to remove it...through yum ..

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Ubuntu :: Update Manager Fails To Download Updates?

Jan 10, 2010

I recently installed Ubuntu 9.10 on an old computerd lying around and have been pleasantly surprised by it.I had a small problem with firefox not connecting to the internet but I managed to fix this by disabling ipv6 in about:config.The problem I now have is that update manager fails to download updates and gives a message saying failed to fetch several files.I'm connected to the internet via a wired router

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Ubuntu :: Cannot Download Package Info Via Update Manager

Feb 28, 2010

When I open Update Manager and click "check," it starts downloading package information and then the following pops up: Could not download all repository indexes.

The repository may no longer be available or could not be contacted because of network problems. If available an older version of the failed index will be used. Otherwise the repository will be ignored. Check your network connection and ensure the repository address in the preferences is correct.

Failed to fetch [URL] 404 Not Found [IP: 80]
Failed to fetch [URL] 404 Not Found [IP: 80]
Some index files failed to download, they have been ignored, or old ones used instead.

I opened Software Sources to try and remove the repositories, but couldn't find them. Plus I'm not sure if I need to manually replace these repositories with newer ones- I'm still relatively new at using Ubuntu (made the full switch from windows in October 2009). Plus, whenever I do install updates with the update manager, the "last updated" time doesn't reset itself. It finishes installing the selected packages, and the message at the top of the Update Manager window reads "Your system is up-to-date. The package information was last updated 28 days ago.
Using Ubuntu 9.10 x86_64

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