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How to Install Persepolis on Fedora 36 Linux

Persepolis is a download manager and GUI for ARIA 2 written in Python. It can be used on any operating system that supports Python, including Linux/BSDs, macOS & Microsoft Windows! While Fedora users may be familiar with similar software such as the uGET download manager, the Persepolis download manager is an actively developed, great lightweight alternative.

In the following tutorial, you will learn how to install the latest version of Persepolis Download Manager on Fedora 36 Linux using the DNF package manager with the Fedora repository using the command line terminal.

Update Fedora Linux

The first step is to make sure your system is up-to-date to avoid issues during the installation and for good practice. This is done by opening your terminal and using the following command.

sudo dnf upgrade --refresh

Install Persepolis Download Manager

For most users, the easiest way to install the software is to utilize the Fedora repository using the DNF package manager; given that Fedora focuses on the latest releases every six months and often, during that time, releases even more updates, you are generally on the latest if not one version behind in most cases making it desirable instead of using alternative package managers.

Install Persepolis using the following DNF install command.

sudo dnf install persepolis -y

How to Launch Persepolis Download Manager

Now that you have the software installed, launching can be done in a few ways.

In your terminal, use the following command.

persepolis

However, this isn’t practical for desktop users, and you would use the following path on your desktop.

Activities > Show Applications > Persepolis Download Manager

Example:

How to Install Persepolis on Fedora 36 Linux

Once the application has launched, you will arrive at your default landing screen of the download manager. From here, you can begin single downloads or even schedule your downloads.

Example:

How to Install Persepolis on Fedora 36 Linux

How to Update/Upgrade Persepolis Download Manager

The software should update by itself with your system packages for desktop users using the DNF package manager. For users that would like to check manually, use the following command in your terminal.

sudo dnf update --refresh

How to Remove (Uninstall) Persepolis Download Manager

Persepolis, when installed, adds quite a few dependencies, so ideally, using the autoremove command is best to keep your system clean and not bloated.

sudo dnf autoremove persepolis -y

Comments and Conclusion

In the tutorial, you have learned how to install the latest version of Persepolis on Fedora 36 Linux to achieve your downloads better, especially if you need to create schedules due to bandwidth limits or daily quota caps.

If you are looking for a great lightweight download manager that is actively developed, Persepolis is the software for you! It can be used on any operating system that supports Python, including Linux/BSDs, macOS & Microsoft Windows.



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