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I'm experimenting with some download managers on Ubuntu, and I think uget + aria2 is very good in terms of speed.

So I decided to make a queue and download those files using uget, with aria2 plugin enabled. However, the queue is not auto-downloading, ie the downloading stops after one file finishes. It should go to the next download automatically.

Note: What I want is to download a queue one by one (so I change the active download to one, one file at a time), not download them all at the same time.

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I am not quite sure what your issue is but you need to edit the settings for whatever category you are using to limit the amount of active downloads at a time.

[1.] Right click the name of the Category and choose "Properties".

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[2.] By default the settings will list "3 as the Active Downloads".

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[3.] Change that to "1" and it should work like you want it to.

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  • Right from the creator! Thanks a lot, for the answer & the software :D – Blaze Tama Jan 5 '14 at 10:56
  • Yep, I try my best to be attentive on these kinds of sites. :) Thanks for using our app, I'm glad you like it. – Michael Tunnell Jan 13 '14 at 10:36
  • This just doesn’t work for me where I need it. Music downloads from Hyperion seem to need a “Force Start”, but if you Force Start all the downloads then that overrides the category choice about Active downloads. – Moilleadóir Mar 26 '18 at 6:21
  • A force start should override the setting because it is forcing the start despite the setting. If the server doesn't support the usage of download managers requiring a force then that is unfortunate but not something that the app can solve as it is at a server level. – Michael Tunnell Mar 27 '18 at 20:54

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