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I'm looking for a download manager that has the following characteristics:

  1. Must support multiple downloads at the same time
  2. Resume support
  3. Multipart support
  4. Integration with Chrome/ium and Firefox (preferable but not required)
  5. Must be standalone (aka no browser/virtual machine dependant)
  6. Shouldn't have fremium characteristics
  7. Must have a deb package ready to install (if it's via official repositories better)
  8. Should be configurable on the number of connections per server and globally
  9. Rate limit and schedule

I'm looking for a download manager that has the following characteristics:

  1. Must support multiple downloads at the same time
  2. Resume support
  3. Multipart support
  4. Integration with Chrome/ium and Firefox (preferable but not required)
  5. Must be standalone (aka no browser dependant)
  6. Shouldn't have fremium characteristics
  7. Must have a deb package ready to install (if it's via official repositories better)
  8. Should be configurable on the number of connections per server and globally
  9. Rate limit and schedule

I'm looking for a download manager that has the following characteristics:

  1. Must support multiple downloads at the same time
  2. Resume support
  3. Multipart support
  4. Integration with Chrome/ium and Firefox (preferable but not required)
  5. Must be standalone (aka no browser/virtual machine dependant)
  6. Shouldn't have fremium characteristics
  7. Must have a deb package ready to install (if it's via official repositories better)
  8. Should be configurable on the number of connections per server and globally
  9. Rate limit and schedule
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Download Manager/Accelerator for Debian/Ubuntu

I'm looking for a download manager that has the following characteristics:

  1. Must support multiple downloads at the same time
  2. Resume support
  3. Multipart support
  4. Integration with Chrome/ium and Firefox (preferable but not required)
  5. Must be standalone (aka no browser dependant)
  6. Shouldn't have fremium characteristics
  7. Must have a deb package ready to install (if it's via official repositories better)
  8. Should be configurable on the number of connections per server and globally
  9. Rate limit and schedule