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How to use Rapidleech Script - Installing Rapidleech - Requirement

Download RapidLeech v3.42.5 Custom Updated on 11-07-2011

How to use Rapidleech Script - Installing Rapidleech - Requirement

PHP Requirement to use rapidleech scrip

  • safe_mode off Well, safe_mode can be turned on but you will need some knowledge of PHP to customize and make some workarounds.
  • fsockopen enabled Check this through phpinfo(), if fsockopen is listed under disable_functions Rapidleech cannot work.
  • allow_call_time_pass_reference On This isn't strictly required, but it will produce annoying messages across the pages.
  • allow_url_fopen On
  • memory_limit larger than 32MB Or you won't be able to download some large files
  • cURL support enabled This is required to check links
  • output_buffering Off This is required to show the progress bar during download, although there are workarounds even if this is turned on
Installation Guide :
  1. Download latest Rapidleech From This Here
  2. Unzip The File Using Winrar or anything you like in a folder on your PC
  3. Then Open Your Cpanel Which Your Hosting Company Has Given You.
  4. Then search For A Icon Of File Manager , then click on it .
  5. Then search For A File Named "public_html" , open it.
  6. There Will be many files in it , create a new folder in Public_Html , name it any thing you like.
  7. Then upload all the files unzipped at step no. 2 in a folder to that new folder that you have created in your Public_html
  8. There will Be a Folder Named "Files" within the files that you have currently uploaded . Right Click On It there Will Be A Option of "Change Permissions", click on it
  9. A Box type Structure Will Appear,Check All the boxes In the Menu or input the values as 777
  10. Go to your site of the folder that you Created At step 6
  11. Your Rapidleech is working


If Rapidleech some how doesn't work, create a file named phpinfo.php under the root directory of your public_html. Inside phpinfo.php, put the following content:

<?php phpinfo(); ?>

If you have Rapidleech on the root folder of public_html, add this to your .htaccess:

<files phpinfo.php>

Allow from all


  • Or you can avoid all this steps and bought a hosting plan suitable for you from here and you'll get the latest version of the script will be ready on your domain directly after purchase. last update: Rapidleech Script 11-7-2011 Best Official Rapidleech Hoster

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