Warning: because of the closure of Fileserve.com this program has lost all its usefulness.
It's a Fileserve.com Manager for Linux written in Gambas. It allows you to upload files to your free/premium account, to fetch links from web or other hosts (support for their premium accounts included!), to get your pending WEB/FTP/Remote/Failed files list, to get full direct links from Fileserve.com encrypted ones and to list ALL files contained in a Fileserve.com folder link.
Fixed the display issue of the links in output box.
Fix: because of a change in Fileserve.com servers, the v1.0 could not upload any file anymore. Now it should work again.
Possibility to login in your RS Account
Possibility to upload files in your RS Account
Possibility to know current file upload ETA, upload progress and current upload speed.
Possibility to fetch a list of links to your RS Account.
Possibility to get your pending WEB/FTP/Remote/Failed files list.
Possibility to get the full direct links from Fileserve.com encrypted links: full links are usefull for remote upload services or to give it to friends without a Premium Account.
Possibility to list the links of all files contained in a Fileserve.com folder (printing filename and/or filesize too).
Premium and Security
Some of the program functions requires a Premium Account. The following is a list of all functions of this program and if they require a Premium Account or not:
Upload file [Does NOT require a Premium Account]
Fetch file [Does NOT require a Premium Account but a valid login]
Get pending files list [Does NOT require a Premium Account but a valid login]
Get full links [Requires a Premium Account]
List files in the folder [Does NOT require a Premium Account]
This program is secure at 100%. Your login data will be not stealed! When you login in your account trought this program a temporary cookie will be created. That cookie will live only for the program execution period: when you close the program cookies will be deleted!
In this way you can use this program also in PCs that are not yours. Note: do NOT use the "remember" function if you are not using YOUR PC.
-On Archlinux use the package on AUR.
-About all other distros: