sudo add-apt-repository ppa:tldm217/tahutek.net
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install prozilla
proz -r download link
Limit download speed (at 20000 bps)
proz --max-bps=20000 download_link
Do FTP search
proz -s download_link
More download options
sudo apt-get install axel
to download from different mirrors
axel -S http://.............
The best thing is to integrate Axel as default download manager in Firefox (through FlashGot) and in Chromium (through Simple Get).
to create script, paste THAT in a text and save anywhere:
gnome-terminal -e , --command="axel $1 -n 10"
Then set FlashGot and Simple Get to use that script file as downloader executable.
According to circumstances, Axel or Prozilla will prove the fastest (up to the limit of your bandwidth) or the most able to capture reluctant download links (e.g. Axel may not work in such cases when used as default download manager, so then use Firefox plugins like DownloadHelper, FlashGot, DownThemAll or UnPlug to get that stubborn link in the built-in downloader, so that, although it would not download, the link would be copied: then, paste it in the terminal with Axel and Prozilla and see what happens.