2015-03-13

Manga Downloader on Linux

There are plenty of options to automate manga download on Linux, for example: AnyMangaDownloaderBatotoDownloader, LinuxMangaDownloader, HakuNeko, MangaTux, MangaEdenBatchDownloader, MangaDownloader (command line), MangaCrazy (jar), and Zenbu. And of course you can look for another alternatives on github.

MangaTux required you to give the URL manually (you cannot search within the program), it support some Spanish and English manga site (MangaHead, MangaFox, MangaShare, MangaReader, Animea) even 4chan, zerochan, danboru and pown.it. On ArchLinux, you can install and run using this command:

yaourt --needed --noconfirm -S --force mangatux
mangatux



With Hakuneko you can search within MangaReader, MangaHereMangaFox, Batoto, and KissAnime (doesn't work). The interface are quite straightforward. You can install and run using this command:

yaourt --needed --noconfirm -S --force hakuneko
hakuneko



MangaEdenBatchDownloader also similar to MangaTux. You can install and run using this command:

yaourt --needed --noconfirm -S --force mangaedenbatchdownloader
java -jar /opt/edenbatchdownloader/EdenBatchDownloader.jar

BatotoDownloader exactly similar to MangaEdenBatchDownloader, You can install and run using this command:

yaourt --needed --noconfirm -S --force batotodownloader
java -jar /opt/batotodownloader/Batoto.jar


To read manga (cbz, cbr, cbt, cba, cb7rar, zip, tar, ace, 7z, etc) you can use MComix, the install and run command:

yaourt --needed --noconfirm -S --force mcomix
mcomix

I think the best one for now is Hakuneko.

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