In this article we will guide you how to install FlareGet Download Manager on Ubuntu/Debian. Thelastes FlareGet v4.2.92 is available for download now, many bug fixes and improvements have been done.
FlareGet is a full featured, multi-threaded download manager and accelerator for Windows, Mac and Linux.
- Dynamic File Segmentation
It uses a robust in-place dynamic file segmentation algorithm to speed up the download. The download is split into segments to increase the speed..
- Intelligent File Management
It uses an intelligent file management system to automatically categorize your files based on their extensions. All the downloads are grouped in different folders as per their categories.
- Multi-Protocol Support
It supports HTTP, HTTPS and FTP protocols to let you download files from internet. It also has full Metalink support.
- Speed Limits
You can limit the download speed to prevent usage of whole bandwidth.
- Limit Downloads
You can limit the number of simultaneous downloads, when one download ends, another starts automatically.
- Smart Scheduler
You can easily schedule flareGet to download files automatically. It allows you to start and pause downloading files at the set time.
- Batch Downloads
You can simply import urls from a text file (each link in separate line) or an html file and download them all.
- Enhanced Browser Integration
It integrates with all the browsers to replace their default download manager and start the download by itself. It supports almost all the browsers – firefox, internet explorer, google chrome, chromium, opera, safari etc.
- Resume Support
It can resume unfinished downloads even on power failures or system crash. It also automatically retries when a segment or download fails. Currently there is no resume support for FTP downloads.
- Add or Remove Segments
You can add or remove download segments dynamically without interrupting the download.
- Youtube Grabber
One click flash video download from Youtube is supported for all the browsers.
- Clipboard Monitoring
No need to copy paste your download links, it monitors your clipboard.
1. To Install FlareGet on 32 Bit and 64bit System, open a terminal and with the following command.
For Ubuntu/Debian 32 bit.
sudo apt-get install gdebi
sudo gdebi flareget_4.2-92_i386.deb
For Ubuntu/Debian 64 bit.
sudo apt-get install gdebi
sudo gdebi flareget_4.2-92_amd64.deb
FlareGet v4.2-92 (Deb)
Download FlareGet for Ubuntu, Linux Mint and other Debian based Linux distributions.
2. To uninstall FlareGet Download Manager.Open a terminal and run the following command to remove.
sudo apt-get remove flareget
3. For more info visit the official website below: