the fact is
when kdenetwork if not installed, you can not find kget
the package description need a actualization
+1 to the description update thingy and a little thing I wanted to mention here... I installed KDE4 Minime version to avoid installing software that I dont want. I want to use kget so I have to download the entire kdenetwork package? What else is in it? Kopete that I dont use... Ktorrent I dont need... and other bunch of stuff I wont ever use...
I decided to change to
wget -c http://path/to/the/file/You/want/to/download.zip
from the konsole...
Works basicly in the same way. Wget is a console kget backend. -c option means that if download was interrupted You can run this command again and it will continue to download the file. And download path can be found if You right click on the file You want to download and choose Copy Link Location or if You use firefox You may start downloading it in the browser and then click on Downloads path and choose the downloading file. Now pause the download to not to waste quota. Now right click and choose Copy Download Path or so.
Now in the console You can right click and paste the download path or You can use keyb combo SHIFT + INS(ERT*) to paste the file path.
After download has finished the file You downloaded can be found in /home/user/ folder.
Hope this helps to someone.
P.S. Don't get me wrong I am not complaining. I am just mentioning all this for educational purpose. For the "Inquiring minds that want to know..."