Software :: Download Manager Software With Scheduler And Auto-shutdown Ability?

Jan 21, 2010

I need a download manager software with scheduler and auto-shutdown ability for linux. I google it and found many of them, but all of theme can auto-shutdown after all download finished!I need something like Free Download Manager (FDM) in windows that schedules auto-shutdown at a specific time and date!Now I'm using cron. but I want the download manager do this for me.

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Programming :: Simple Download Scheduler Program Code?

Apr 30, 2010

I have created a simple download schedular with source-code give below :

---------------------record_strokes.sh-------------------
touch /home/student/packs/lynx/logfile
lynx -cmd_log /home/student/packs/lynx/logfile

[code]....

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General :: Download Scheduler Program Code Which Creates Multiple Threads Of The Downloading Process?

Apr 30, 2010

I have created a simple download schedular with source-code give below :

---------------------record_strokes.sh-------------------
touch /home/student/packs/lynx/logfile
lynx -cmd_log /home/student/packs/lynx/logfile

[code]....

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Fedora :: Logout And Cancel Are Only Options In KDE Menu / Lost Ability To Do A Shutdown Or Restart?

Dec 16, 2008

I have lost my ability in KDE Menus to do a shutdown or restart. My only option is to logoff or cancel. This started occurring about 2 weeks ago, possibly 2 KDE workspace updates ago. I have been assuming it would get fixed with an update but so far it has not.

I am running Fedora 10 x86_64, kernel = 2.6.27.7-134.fc10.x86_64, and the KDE version is:

kde-filesystem.noarch 4-20.fc10 installed
kde-settings.noarch 4.1-4.20081031svn.fc10 installed
kde-settings-kdm.noarch 4.1-4.20081031svn.fc10 installed
code....

I have 3 different systems all running the same OS and KDE versions and it is happening on all 3 systems. All systems have the "Offer Shutdown Options" selected in Session Manager. I have even turned this option off, rebooted, and then back on to try to jumpstart it but that did not work.

Additionally, I have tried deleting the contents of the /tmp directory while in single-user mode and also the .kde under my home directory. This made no difference.

Another symptom I am noticing is that any desktop widgets that I create all get moved to the upper left-hand corner of the display whenever I reboot and log back in. Any extra shortcut widgets that I add to the panel are also gone the next time I log in.

Again, these same symptoms are occurring on 3 different machines.

These symptom do not occur after a fresh install of FC 10. It is breaking during one of the yum updates but I have not narrowed it down yet as to which update is causing this to happen.

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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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Mar 17, 2011

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Ubuntu :: How To Schedule Auto Shutdown

Feb 4, 2010

How to Schedule auto shutdown in Ubuntu? I am a newbie. Last night I have some downloads in progress while at the same time I really wanted to go asleep. So I wondered if there's a way to schedule auto shutdown the system after a set period of time. I heared its possible using command line but dont know the usage.

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Jan 12, 2010

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Jan 15, 2011

I am wondering if there is already a feature, and if not, then a way to save any open files before a shutdown occurs?

I use xfce4 battery plugin and there is the option to invoke a shutdown whn the batt. hits critical percentage, but I would like to be able to run something at the low percentage stage to save any open files in case the critical stage is reached. I have had no luck googling any solutions or potential solutions.

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May 10, 2011

I found an application AUTO POWER ON & SHUTDOWN in windows which is really very useful to those who have night unlimited broadband connection. I searched for similar application in UBUNTU as I am slowly shifting to UBUNTU from 10.04 (maveric) version. Whenever I search for application or for other options, so many have written failed attempts only.

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Debian Hardware :: Laptop Auto Shutdown Just After 5 Minutes?

Jun 22, 2011

Laptop : Dell Latitude D620 - Intel Core2Duo T5500 1.66GHz - Intel 945GM graphic - 2GB DDR2 667 RAM - Samsung 400GB SATA 5400rpm Harddisk. OS : Debian Squeeze amd64 - Gnome. I browse the web with this laptop,with ethernet connection,with Icewesel running 2 tab,just after 5 minutes,it auto turn off itself. Never happen before,I don't know what happen. This laptop only support 2D,there's no 3D graphic driver,so no visual effect apply. I start the laptop after 10 minutes,type sensors and get this output :

acpitz-virtual-0
Adapter: Virtual device
temp1: +46.5░C (crit = +126.0░C)

* Before it auto shutdown,I place my laptop on desk with a simple rack to lift the rear from desk about 5cm,without cooling pad,and no direct wind flow from my desk fan as I always did.

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Ubuntu :: Disable Auto Eject When Live CD Shutdown

Aug 27, 2010

Is there some file I can alter on the Live CD image that will make Ubuntu not automatically eject the drive tray when I shut down from a live CD session?

[URL]

/etc/rc0.d/S89casper is a link though, so I just edited the file it points to (/etc/init.d/casper) -- seems to be working. I merge a modified "casper" at every boot, next time I build a Remastersys, I'll try to make it permanent.

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General :: Cannot Run Auto Shutdown Script For Oracle Database

Mar 18, 2010

in order to do full backup system, i have to shutdown the oracle database. My backup software can stop the services by running the shutdown script. But in order to shutdown the oracle database, the script must be run under oracle privilege. The conflict is our backup system which is reside under root privilege cannot run the oracle shutdown script which is needed to triggered by oracle privilege.

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May 2, 2011

I install Opensuse 11.4 on KDE environment then I changed to XFCE. I don't know how to configure for computer auto shutdown after a period of time don't use it.

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Mar 29, 2010

I didn't notice any relevant complaints regarding 11.2 in the archives. The bootup & shutdow may be different problems. Randomly my recent install boots up fine or hangs with a blank black screen. A Ctl Alt F2 gets me to a prompt. Startx returns a lockfile comment that X is already running.

From here I can shut 11.2 down and restart it OK. There must be a bootlog kept in /var somewhere. I haven't tried the non-automatic bootup. The shutdown randomly drops back to the logout screen. Usually a shutdown command from there will shut it down. Sometimes shutdown doesn't work, but restart will finish the shutdown.

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Ubuntu Servers :: System Won't Shutdown + Apache Not Auto Starting / Fix It?

Nov 12, 2010

First post here so I'll do my best to provide the information needed.

System:

Dell Poweredge R310
Xeon 3460 2.8Ghz
4x2GB ram
4x 160GB Sata 7.2k (RAID 10)
Ubuntu Server 64bit

If I type as root, "reboot" or "shutdown -r now", nothing happenings - except the apache2 process stops + the usual "System is going down for reboot now". If I type "shutdown -h now" the system goes down.

Upon booting the server back up, MySQL starts correctly, but Apache2 does not - I have to run "service apache2 start", and it starts up fine.

I feel the 2 issues are related. I've reinstalled apache2 completely (configs and all) and this didn't help - I used yum to install/reinstall it.

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Software :: Mythwelcome - Auto Shutdown And System Clock Not Working Properly

Mar 29, 2010

I installed Mythbuntu 9.04 about 9 months to a year ago and (for the most part) I haven't had any problems with mythwelcome, automatic shutdown or the system clock. The "for the most part" relates to the fact that the clock on mythbuntu has always been 4 minutes fast. Then, just last week, the system started acting up - for some reason the system clock changed to 8-10 minutes fast (6 minutes faster than it was previously). To fix this problem, I have tried manually setting the "time and date" setting, and I have also tried setting the "time and date" setting to sync with an internet server. Lastly, I tried changing the system time through the motherboard bios. In each situation, mythwelcome would initially start up with the correct time. Then, several seconds later, the time shown in mythwelcome would change to being 4 minutes fast (as I described above). The time would also be 4 minutes fast when I enter the frontend.

I was willing to live with this, but the weird part is that when I start the system now (assuming I don't have any programs scheduled to record), mythwelcome boots up fine and I see the indication that "MythTV is idel and will shutdown in XXX seconds". Then, it flashes to "MythTV is idle" - like it used to; except now, it doesn't flash back to the countdown for shutting down mythtv. One time when I started the system when I was adjusting the time as mentioned above, I noticed that mythwelcome went to the "MythTV is idle" around the same time it changed the clock to 4 minutes fast - I think there is definitely a correlation here.

I checked out all the settings and nothing else has been changed that would otherwise affect MythTV from shutting itself down. The other interesting part is that I can get the shutdown countdown back if I go to "Utilities / Setup", "Setup", and "Mythbuntu". In the popup screen I choose "MythTV Configuration" and select "Launch MythTV Setup". I get a popup box that says that the mythbackend must be closed (as expected). Then I immediately exit mythtv-setup and the system runs "mythfilldatabase". I exit the Mythbuntu Control Centre and exit the frontend. When I get back to mythwelcome, the shutdown countdown comes back.

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May 20, 2010

Is there any way to schedule shutdown, from terminal,right after some currently running download in mozilla completes??

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Mar 15, 2010

I have Evolution mail troubles.

Evolution won't auto download mail and if I do it manually by clicking Send/Recieve it shuts down. When I restart it the new emails appear.

If I go to Edit and click on Preferences Evolution locks up and I must force it to shut down in order to restart it.

Basically it's become next to useless.

I've tried using synaptic to Reinstall and Completely Remove the application however when I reinstall the same problems are there.

Is it possible to re-set it back to defaults? I don't mind if I loose all information as I can back up easily enough.

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OpenSUSE :: Can't Shutdown After Configuring The Session Manager?

Aug 16, 2009

I use:
OpenSuse 11.1 with KDE.

I wish: no session restoring on login and no confirmation dialog on logout ´┐Ż i.e. OpenSuse should never ask me, if I click on ´┐Żshutdown´┐Ż and always start with new session.

I do: So, in ´┐ŻSystem Settings´┐Ż -> ´┐ŻAdvanced´┐Ż-Tab -> ´┐ŻSession Manager´┐Ż I choose follow options:

General:
NO Confirm Logout
NO Offer shutdown option

On Login:
YES Start with an empty session

Default shutdown option:
YES Turn off computer
(finally, it goes disabled)

The problem is:Now I can't shutdown my computer by clicking the ´┐ŻShutdown´┐Ż in main menu. I can click it hundred times ´┐Ż nothing happens. Could anybody explain me, why???

As an experiment:If I choose ´┐ŻYES Confirm Logout´┐Ż and click the ´┐ŻShutdown´┐Ż, I will see the confirmation dialog, but with only one option - ´┐ŻLogout´┐Ż.

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Apr 1, 2011

I'm trying to download / execute the Centos 5 64bit auto installer: [URL] Once obtained, how do I run that script?

root@server [~]# wget http://download1.parallels.com/SiteBuilder/4.5.0/autoinstaller/parallels_installer_v3.3.2_build080710.09_os_CentOS_5_x86_64
--12:39:13-- http://download1.parallels.com/SiteBuilder/4.5.0/autoinstaller/parallels_installer_v3.3.2_build080710.09_os_CentOS_5_x86_64
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Jun 10, 2011

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Aug 8, 2010

I have upgraded my netbook system to lenny. I got almost every thing working right except gnome-power-manager shutdown event. It shows critical battery level (red color) on its applet on the panel but it does not do the normal safe shutdown action. Instead, it just do a sudden shutdown of the system which causes the lose of some data. Is there any way to solve this issue using lenny's current version (2.22.1-4)?My netbook is AcerOne.

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May 6, 2010

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Apr 11, 2011

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