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Linux version of officiial GOG Downloader

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For now GOG Downloader does not run under Linux, not even with Wine-like emulation. I would like to see GOG.com officially support a Linux client (maybe through existing community project ?)

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I'd be much more inclined to purchase from gog if there was a client like this which could keep track of my library and update all my games automatically.

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Ermm... illness caused me to munge wording. We can do our own manual downloads, then use POL to install GOG games. This beats steam as steam doesn't allow for a manual download.

May. 16, 2015
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Steam does it on Linux. So GOG Galaxy can too. I'm not saying it's trivial. But there are options. For pause and resume, if a webservice is used, then GOG has full control over auth and precisely how data gets transmitted. Of course one can always piggy-back off of the current web-download mechanism. If the webserver supports range requests, as per the HTTP/S spec, then by golly that can be used too, AND it can be client independent! (e.g. Firefox or chrome, regardless of OS could resume the download.) Of course limiting attempted installs to software supported on the executing OS is really really nice, actually, essential for a GUI launcher like this. And this, beats Steam because we can then do our own customized wine/POL instances for each windows game we want to try to run on Linux and puts 0% burden for this special configuration on GOG. . . So yeah, GOG can do it, and do it better. It's not a walk in the park, but please give it a real go!

May. 16, 2015
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No Linux, no deal.

May. 15, 2015
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i agree. The client or GoG Galaxy would be nice in linux.

May. 2, 2015
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I would like to have a Linux downloader with CLI AND GUI as well. Nonetheless there are some projects for it, see:
http://www.gogwiki.com/wiki/Download_Clients

Apr. 3, 2015
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I'd already be happy with simple BASH or Python scripts to at least download the game itself and all of the goodies in a more convenient way.

Mar. 27, 2015
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Please make a Installer for Linux Mint and Ubuntu.

Mar. 26, 2015
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I think in a Twitch stream they said that they were going to fullfill this wish.
I'm a bit surprised that they didn't mark this wiish as "in progress".

Mar. 4, 2015
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So what happened to GOG Galaxy? And its Linux version? (Since apparently it's supposed to become the official downloader + other cool services.)

Feb. 11, 2015
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The real problem is that we can't resume downloads with any confidence in the integrity of the resulting file. I can't see any reason why GOG couldn't offer an Rsync server (over SSH, obviously), authenticated with the same details as the website, that would let us download with checksumming and resuming. Even patches (i.e. small changes to large files) could work better this way, although the compression would likely stop that from being effective.

Dec. 13, 2014
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lgogdownloader is very good -- Most notably, the download speed is miles faster than Steam, though, it would be nice if GOG made an official one. Maybe if they setup a github project, people could contribute.

Nov. 16, 2014
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lgogdownloader looks very good.

Aug. 30, 2014
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I do know that, but lgogdownloader has to play every time catch up ...

Aug. 15, 2014
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@coffeecup: For that you already can use the open source lgogdownloader.

Jul. 30, 2014
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I really hope this linux version will be usable without a graphical interface.

Not all people do use a graphical environment on their linux (aka headless linux, accessed via ssh).

Jul. 28, 2014
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GOG Galaxy is replacing the downloader. Porting the downloader to linux would be a waste of time if the Galaxy platform will be available on the three supported OSes Windows, Mac OS and Linux.

Jul. 27, 2014
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It would be really nice to have official GOG Linux installer :)

Jul. 25, 2014
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Please make an arm linux version :). Best with Softfloat armv5 instruction set, so it will work on old arm machines like pogoplug.

Jul. 24, 2014
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I suspect that a GOG downloader that worked on Linux would require all of GoG's games to be ported to Linux - which I think is a fantastic idea. Then I would be able to stop using Windows.

Jul. 18, 2014
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Torrents seem like the obvious answer, but perhaps there are alternatives. What I would love to do is browse my games library on my Windows desktop, then have my always-on Linux-based NAS queue and download the games over night when I click on them in my browser, eliminating the need for my gaming rig to be on while downloading. Torrents would be an easy way of achieving something like this, with a browser extension like BitTorrent WebUI. At any rate, if a native Linux downloader is developed, I hope it will be remotely controllable from another computer for those of us who only run Linux as a headless server OS.

Jun. 18, 2014
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I was thinking that bittorrent is pretty much the answer for this sort of thing, Humble does it for downloads. In GOGs case they could have all the extras in there as well and you just toggle them off as you is your want.

I think in all the games I've downloaded from humble using torrents only once have I ended up actually uploading anything more than a few kilobytes, dunno if that was an accessibility issue on my end or just that the webseed is really fast.

May. 19, 2014
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@iiiears: What you want is "BitTorrent with web seeds". (Torrents which contain a direct download link with resume support that's treated as the lowest-priority source by clients.)

BitTorrent was originally invented for exactly what you're talking about (allowing legal indie files to be shared without requiring huge budgets) and then, later, web seeding was added on so you could host the original seed on any old el cheapo shared hosting plan.

Heck, with the distributed hash table support, you don't even need a torrent tracker... though they're still recommended for files which may only have one or two seeds to ensure everyone can find everyone else.

If you can find a place to host the file that offers a stable direct download URL and supports permalinks, you can even let http://burnbit.com/ handle the torrent part for you. (They'll generate a web-seeded torrent for any legal file where the aforementioned technical requirements are met.)

Another option would be to ask whether ibiblio sees legal game mods as suitable for the software category in the http://terasaur.org/ beta and, if so, ask to be invited to uploader status.

(Terasaur is everything I just talked about in one. You upload a file, and it'll let people download it via BitTorrent while providing a web seed to guarantee availability.)

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Wish i may, wish i might, have a native linux downloader for files with a shasum that is right...

Seriously, It would be great to have a a pretty linux file getter for GoG. Kind of hoping for some sexy tech tweak to direct download purchases and share community bandwidth for mods,

We KNOW GoG is the best to buy a game and being the best site for gigabyte size game mods. would i think make converts.

Honestly, does anyone love the Pop-ups, captchas and slow D/L's of the big file sites? Fix the problem share a little bandwidth.

Mar. 25, 2014
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Linux stuff should be as easier as it is in windows or mac os x

Mar. 24, 2014
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I would be greatful to see a linux version of the GOG downloader added. As it stands now I am using a gui-less downloader. It does the trick but, it is not an ideal situation. I hope with the upcoming linux support that GOG will also provide us with a better way to download, hopefully open source.

Mar. 23, 2014
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This is a good idea, no.. a great one. It will remove any initial fears from windows users tip toeing over to linux who already have the idea in their heads that it will be too hard for them.

also yes, if possible make it opensource so the theme of the downloader fits nicely with the current GTK or QT theme.

but ^ thats not essencial. Just make it flippin easy to download and autopatch Linux games and your onto a winner..

Mar. 21, 2014
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Ok, now GOG is moving to support Linux officially and sell Linux games, logical step will be to have a native Linux downloader.
Not that hard, sure, let's trust them to do this quick :)

Mar. 20, 2014
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Don't miss this request as well: https://secure.gog.com/wishlist/site/release_the_future_gog_updater_client_as_open_source

Mar. 18, 2014
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I understand that LGOGDownloader /exists/, and if it works well, why don't you link that on http://www.gog.com/downloader, if you don't wish to add native Linux support in your own downloader. And, certainly, prefix the link with all the "not gog.com software; don't bug us with problems; etc"
But native Linux support shouldn't be that difficult. I truely appreciate all the awesome work you guys do. In addition, as you have the authority to resell the old games, it would seem like a no-brainer to include any official install scripts, etc bundled as _Bonus_Content_ (probably using a little Tux icon) to denote it.

Mar. 16, 2014
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@vsr: Or you could use LGOGDownloader as linked by shmerl a few comments down.

It's like a wget that resolves game name slugs (the lowercase+underscore versions used in gamecard URLs) to batches of URL (cover(s), game, patches, extras) and handles cookies for you.

Feb. 24, 2014
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You can use wget under Linux. Maybe it is a tiny bit complicated (cookie file with active session needed), but it works.

Dec. 29, 2013
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I have a Windows desktop that I use for gaming, and a laptop running Ubuntu that I use for most daily computing, including web-browsing. It would be really nice to be able to use an official downloader on my laptop and then transfer the files to my desktop.

Dec. 18, 2013
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For security reasons, I'd prefer to be able to use the GOG downloader under Linux.
To do any serious internet business with any MS Windows version (and maybe even Internet Explorer) is a dangerous thing for born victims, an idea I don't like these days.

Jun. 18, 2013
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I have been downloading games on Linux using DownThemAll, an extension for Firefox, for years, and it works just fine.

Jun. 18, 2013
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@Petrell: Not neccessarily. A downloader is a whole lot simpler than having to test each and every game before giving their approval for release.

May. 20, 2013
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AIR is an abomination, both on Windows and other systems(like Linux, MacOSX). This wouldn't be necessary if the download would be resumable.
I'd like to choose my own downloader or to have access to one that works on my Linux system.

May. 20, 2013
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Wouldn't GOG have to add support for Linux first?

May. 16, 2013
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The benefits of the downloader go away if your internet connection works properly (complain to your ISP if not) and GOG started publishing checksums for the files they distribute (which would be great!). I don't know about Windows, but most Linux distros package a large number of excellent programs for downloading files, many of which are open source so you can even use them on other platforms than the creator made builds for.

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Ok GOG, you already had my respect, please give us some Linux support, Desura work fine in Linux, now Steam is also getting there (well, the beta is a bit rought, but is an advance). We only ask you for the downloader.... for now.... ;)

Feb. 28, 2013
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Did you try this?http://www.gog.com/forum/general/lgogdownloader_gogdownloader_for_linux/page1

Dec. 31, 2012
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Tried recently but with no success :(

Dec. 27, 2012
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I wonder whether and how well the current downloader would word under Wine -- I'll give it a try sometime. Has anyone already made the experiment ?

Nov. 11, 2012
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This would be a life saver. I have been trying to download gothic 3 but EVERY GODAMN TIME the computer will just...shut off. I love ubuntu and i love gog MAKE IT HAPPEN!!!

Oct. 31, 2012
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Mac downloader ir here... so... now?

Oct. 18, 2012
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Could be realized through metalinks: http://www.metalinker.org/

Oct. 14, 2012
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I had a bt / download server 24/7 setup, it would be nice to have a linux client with the new beta cloud feature to make it download the games from any browser...

Aug. 19, 2012
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Linux is complicated enough. How about we get something (this has probably been said, but I don't look at previous comments) that's just a one-install program that has access to all your GOG Games and downloads them.

Apr. 24, 2012
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Why not just write the official downloader in Qt and it'll work on all major platforms (after recompiling).

Apr. 10, 2012
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@DirtyCamper Update the downloader. I already updated it to work with the new account page.http://www.gog.com/en/forum/general/simple_gogdownloader_written_in_c/page1

Mar. 30, 2012
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