FlareGet is one of the best GUI-based open source multi-threaded, multi-segment popular download managers and accelerators on Linux at this time. The latest version available 2.4.27, comes with a new review option for watching videos while downloading, a better graphical interface and several bugfixes.
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As it appears, the version 2.4-27 download files had been replaced with the latest version 3.1-36.
Features in 3.1-36:
- much improved multi-threaded core engine
- added support for post download requests
- added support for Google Drive, Dropbox and other similar sites
- much improved browser integration
- added filetype ignore list support in browser integration
- much improved Youtube Grabber, now built-in
- dropped pcap, winpcap dependency
- fixed GUI distortion caused by changing language
- lot of other minor bug fixes and improvements
Note below in the wget command, you need to replace the ****** with the latest version number. For instance if the latest version is 1.1-20, then the command will be ‘flareget_1.1-20_i386‘
$ wget -c "www.flareget.com/files/flareget/debs/i386/flareget_'********'_i386(stable)_deb.tar.gz" $ tar -xzvf "flareget_*******_i386\(stable\)_deb.tar.gz $ cd flareget_*******_i386\(stable\)_deb $ sudo dpkg -i flareget_*******_i386.deb
$ wget -c "www.flareget.com/files/flareget/debs/amd64/flareget_'*******'_amd64(stable)_deb.tar.gz" $ tar -xzvf "flareget_*******_amd64\(stable\)_deb.tar.gz $ cd flareget_*******_amd64\(stable\)_deb $ sudo dpkg -i flareget_*******_amd64.debcomments powered by Disqus