Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Install And Integrate Flareget to Browser (Firefox, Chrome) On Linux

How to Install And Integrate Flareget on Linux - There's IDM - Internet Download Manager for one of best download manager in Windows. As I've write before in Top 4 of Best Download Manager for Linux Distribution.

FlareGet is a multi-threaded download manager and accelerator for Windows, Mac and Linux. It supports Windows XP/Vista/7/8 , Mac OS X 10.7+ and almost all 32 and 64 bit Debian, RPM and Pacman based Linux Distributions. The supported Linux Distributions including Ubuntu, Fedora, Mandriva, OpenSuse, LinuxMint, Arch Linux, Chakra Linux and many more.

Flareget Features

How To Install and Integrate Flareget On Linux

1. 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.

2. 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.

3. 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.

4. Multi-Protocol Support

It supports HTTP, HTTPS and FTP protocols to let you download files from internet. It also has full Metalink support.

5. Smart Scheduler

You can easily schedule flareGet to download files automatically. It allows you to start and pause downloading files at the set time.

6. 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.

7. Youtube Grabber & Mirror Support

One click flash video download from Youtube is supported for all the browsers. It supports segmented download of a file from multiple mirror sites with automatic link checking of expired URLs.

8. Clipboard Monitoring

No need to copy paste your download links, it monitors your clipboard.

9. Multi Languange

Multi Language Support : FlareGet is available in 17 different languages, currently English, Arabic, Farsi, Italian, Chinese(Simplified), French, Czech, Bengali, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Polski, Turkish, Russian, Nederlands, German and Indonesian are available.

How to install Flareget on Linux, Ubuntu, Mint, and Derivatives System

Step 1 - Download flareget package first.

Step 2 - Open your terminal ( alt+ctrl+T ) and install by type this command. Don't forget sudo if you not as root.

dpkg -i <name_of_flareget_package.deb

Step 3 - After you finished install it, you should integrate flareget into your browser.

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Step 4 - Enjoy the features!

How To Install Flareget And Integrate With Browser On Linux

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FlareGet for Linux System Requirements :

FlareGet is a native Linux application written in C++, using Qt framework. FlareGet will run on almost all desktop environments - GNOME, KDE, Unity, Cinnamon etc. To run FlareGet following minimum dependencies should be met:
  • Qt libraries with version >=4.8.1
  • glibc (C library) with version >=2.13

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5 Responses to "Install And Integrate Flareget to Browser (Firefox, Chrome) On Linux"

  1. I was installed. But, it has limited download files. Would you give me ideas for this?

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    1. Tell me please the number of flareget version

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  2. Show us where is the tutor to have the free Pro flareget please?

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    1. Maybe you should read my post how to get flareget pro lisence for free.

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