Command-line download manager, capable of downloading files from several free download providers.
slimrat [OPTION...] [LINK]...
Prints a summary how to use the client.
Prints a manual how to use the client.
Makes slimrat work in the background, by properly forking and redirecting the output to a specified logfile. Only one file can be backgrounded at a time, to support multiple instances you'll need to specify differend state files to save the instances PID in.
Kills a single active client, by looking up the PID in a predefined state file.
Uses the given file as a queue-file containing URLs.
Do not download the loaded URLs, just check them.
Specifies the target directory for the downloaded files.
Makes the download client bind to a specific address.
Load custom configuration file.
Enables maximal verbosity, which includes a lot of text on the screen and the generation of an additional dump archive. WARNING: do not use this option by default, as it keeps a whole lot of extra information in memory (including _all_ downloaded items).
Makes slimrat less verbose, only displaying errors and warnings.
slimrat http://rapidshare.com/files/012345678/somefile.xxx slimrat -l urls.dat -d