5 Most Popular Download Managers for Your Linux Systems

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9 Responses

  1. FAVOUR LOVELY says:

    The link to XDMAN is actually not working with Ubuntu 17.04 (Zesty), therefore i tried this and is working well.

    $ wget https://sourceforge.net/projects/xdman/files/xdm-setup-x64.tar.xz/download  #64-bit
    $ https://sourceforge.net/projects/xdman/files/xdm-setup-x86.tar.xz/download      #32-bit
    $ sudo unzip download
    $ cd xdm-setup
    $ chmod 775 install.sh
    $ ./install.sh

    now enjoy it

  2. Try latest XDMAN (2015)

  3. ceghap says:

    i used all stated above but feels like nothing will beats xdm.

    it will be great if xdm have option to shutdown pc after finish download.

  4. Ron Modesitt says:

    Nice article on Download Managers. Always good stuff at TecMint.

  5. Gopal says:

    Try highspeed command line tools like prozilla and axel

  6. Khoi D. Dinh says:

    Thank you.

  7. Thanks Mr.Sabbagh for this interesting article

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