uGet Download Manager 1.10 Released With Aria2 Fixes And Improvements, More

uGet is a multi-platform GTK3 download manager that supports resuming downloads, comes with categories support, can download torrent and metalink files through aria2, a powerful command line download tool that’s integrated into uGet.Other uGet features include: scheduler, clipboard monitoring, can be integrated into Firefox through Flashgot plugin, can import downloads from HTML files, supports batch downloads and more. The application also integrates nicely with the Ubuntu desktop by making use of an AppIndicator and NotifyOSD notifications.uGet 1.10 has been released recently, getting some minor but useful features/changes: added global speed limits for aria2new options in Download dialog: user agent and retrieve timestampadded command line settings for flashgotaria2 plug-in use argument “continue=true”aria2 plug-in can use user specified filenamecurl plug-in disable peer SSL certificate verificationcurl plug-in can keep user specified filenamebug fixes, including some changes to the aria2 plugin settings to get it working againAlso, uGet now depends on GTK 3.4+ and GLib 2.32+ so it won’t be available for Linux distributions that ship with GTK 3.2 like Ubuntu 11.10.Install uGet 1.10 in Ubuntu 12.04The latest uGet 1.10 is currently only available for Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin and it can be installed using the following commands:sudo add-apt-repository ppa:plushuang-tw/uget-stablesudo apt-get updatesudo apt-get install uget aria2For

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