[tor-talk] Download manager
zebro.kojos at gmail.com
Tue Apr 10 14:51:20 UTC 2012
If Tor is installed system-wide and the download site actually supports
resumes (if it's http, it may not; if it's ftp, it's bound to work afaik),
you can just do
torify wget -c http://site.com/file.ext
If it breaks (or you need to stop - ctrl+c), you can resume later on by
executing that same command.
That should be safe, right? wget does not store cookies if it's not told to
do so explicitly, I think.
On Tue, Apr 10, 2012 at 5:32 PM, Tor User0000 <toruser0000 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I think the most annoying thing using TOR are failed downloads. :-(
> You try to download a 5MB file and the download stops various times and you
> have to start over and over again, crossing all fingers to get the file
> As Firefox does not support very good download management, its a pain to
> download even small files with TOR.
> Is there any add-on or app that can be used without been concerned about
> security (Linux)?
> I just want a working resume function, nothing else.
> Thanks a lot! :-)
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