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How do I download a file on a Linux 32bit machine

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I need to download a file from the Internet so I can install it on a Linux machine.  I am new to Linux so any help is appreciated.  The Linux machine is running Ubuntu.
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Hi

Not sure if this is what u need, but you can download any file using wget, when u are using your mozilla browser just click copy link location and on the command shell type

wget <paste the link you copy>

i hope this answer ur question.

Regards
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