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Can anyone recommend a download manager for linux (a program that allows pausing, resuming and scheduling of downloads)? Unfortunately, GetRight doesn't come in Linux flavors... Thanks so much for your help.
If you run KDE, start by trying KGet - you'll probably find it has all the features you need. Certainly it has pipelining and pause/resume (if the server supports resuming - most do), plus a drop-target a la FlashGet/GetRight.
This is just a GUI for the GNU downloader WGet, so I expect the GNOME equivalent has all these functions too.