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  How to download GOG games in Linux command line
     
  Add Date : 2018-11-21      
         
         
         
  If you're a gamer is also a Linux user, you may be glad in GOG few months ago announced that it will launch the game on your favorite operating system. If you had never heard before GOG, I encourage you to look at their catalog of "great old game" reasonable price, DRM-free, and full of great stuff. Although GOG client on Windows has been around for a long time, but the official version of Linux client but it is nowhere to be seen. Therefore, if you do not want to wait for the official version of the official, unofficial LGOGDownloader a program called Open Source allows you to access your library on the command line.

LGOGDownloader installed in Linux

For Ubuntu users, its official page recommend that you download the source code and execute it:

$ Sudo apt-get install build-essential libcurl4-openssl-dev liboauth-dev libjsoncpp-dev libhtmlcxx-dev libboost-system-dev libboost-filesystem-dev libboost-regex-dev libboost-program-options-dev libboost-date-time -dev libtinyxml-dev librhash-dev help2man
$ Tar -xvzf lgogdownloader-2.17.tar.gz
$ Cd lgogdownloader-2.17
$ Make release
$ Sudo make install
If you are ArchLinux user. AUR have a package waiting for you:

LGOGDownloader use

Once the program is installed, you need to log in with the following command:

$ Lgogdownloader --login


If you need a configuration file, then it is here: ~ / .config / lgogdownloader / config.cfg

Once validated, you can list your library in all games:

$ Lgogdownloader --list


Download games with the following command:

$ Lgogdownloader --download --game [game name]


You'll notice lgogdownloader before allowing you to recover interrupted downloads, downloadable games when it does not hours it is useful.

Like every respectable command-line utility, you can add a variety of options:

--platform [number] Select your operating system, one is Windows, 4 is Linux.
--directory [destination] to download the installation package to the specified directory.
--language [number] to download a specific language pack (depending on your language to view the number corresponding to the manual).
--limit-rate [speed] limit the download speed.
An additional benefit, lgogdownloader GOG can also check for updates on the website:

$ Lgogdownloader --update-check


Results will list the number of games and the number of updates received private messages on the forum.

Finally, lgogdownloader is pretty standard command-line utility. I can even say that it is a clear and coherent microcosm. We distance Steam Linux client is indeed very much worse, but on the other hand, the official GOG Windows client does not do more than this unofficial version of Linux more. In other words lgogdownloader is a perfect substitute. I can not wait to see GOG more Linux-compatible games, especially in their recent announcement that provides DRM-free movies, video games have themes. We hope to have the game in the movie library directory when you can see the update on the client.

GOG how you feel like? You will use the unofficial Linux client it? Let us know what you think in the comments.
     
         
         
         
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