Bashload – Rapidshare download script

I wrote a little script that is able to download files from Rapidshare, you can provide the urls via the command line or through the path to files the contain a list of urls(one url per line).

There are already scripts that do this, though most of them require certain perl modules or like tuxload they need a perl version that has threads enabled, this is not always the case, e.g. for embedded devices. This script only uses standard unix tools, like bash, wget grep etc.

I haven’t had time to test it thoroughly, I would like you to report any problems. Furthermore if you know how to write bash scripts you could implement other 1-click hoster, and provide the source.(you can add other hosters to bashload easly)

It can be downloaded here.

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4 Responses to “Bashload – Rapidshare download script”

  1. UTL Says:

    … nice script, but i think it could be enhanced, it would be nice it disconnects and reconnects (or reboot) the router (in my case powerd by openwrt πŸ˜‰ as i get different (dynamic) ip so i can download without waiting

    bye and thanks a lot!

  2. tdomhan Says:

    I will be occupied with learning for the university for this and the next week. I might implement this afterwards.
    you could implement yourself if you know how to write bash stuff.
    in case of openwrt it shouldn’t be to hard. just ssh login issuing an reboot.

  3. TheUssef Says:

    thannks for the share πŸ™‚ really nice script πŸ™‚

  4. Parth Says:

    hey !! nice post, thanks for the great info. i really appricate it.Thanks

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