I wrote the download manager using Perl. It will be useful for the those (especially students), where there is limitation put forth by college/office in file size to be downloaded. Using this download manager, user can by pass and download files of any size. Also it allows up to 10 simulatenous downloads. So guys use it and have happy downloading. Here is the link for download manager http://sourceforge.net/projects/crazydownloader/
. Please feel free to provide your feedback here or in sourgeforge itself. Also I will try to upload the script ASAP. Thanks
Edit: Provided Sourceforge URL
My Download manager(esp for student) in Perl. http://tiny.cc/ntdfg
. Try it and provide your valuable feedback.
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