I'm new to the Sheeva thing and it took me couple of days to test, ruin, recover and update the Sheeva.
So now it's running Ubuntu 9.04 from USB HDD with 160GB.
My goal is to make Sheeva as a small home media server.
With ability to store shared things.
I download a lot from Rapidshare, and I want to free my computers from being powered on late night downloading stuff.To the point - I'm searching for:
- Web-GUI downloader
- HTTP links (Rapidshare, etc.)
- Nice & easy GUI
(Option to torrents will be nice).
A quick question to google about rapidshare downloader cli returns:plowshare
plowshare is a command-line downloader/uploader for some of the most popular file-sharing websites. It works on UNIX-like systems and presently supports Megaupload, Rapidshare, 2Shared, 4Shared, ZShare, Badongo, DepositFiles and Mediafire. Refer to the README for more info.aria2c
aria2 is a lightweight multi-protocol & multi-source, cross platform download utility operated in command-line. It supports HTTP/HTTPS, FTP, BitTorrent and Metalink.
aria2 has built-in XML-RPC interface. You can manipulate aria2 via XML-RPC interface.
aria2 runs on Linux, FreeBSD, Mac OS X and Windows. grapid
gRapid allows premium users of RapidShare to automate downloading of files without having to attend to them. It relies on Java and GNU Wget to process downloads from a file containing Rapidshare links, one on each line. It can perform simultaneous downloads of any number you may desireslimrat
Slimrat is a command-line and graphical application for automated downloading from file hosters like Rapidshare, Megaupload, Depositfiles and many more. The current version is 0.9.5.5, which is a bugfix release.
I've never tested any of them but one of them just might suit your needs. Cheers!