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Old 03.02.2015, 14:24
nukestop
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Wow Jiaz that was fast, thanks.

Only one minor issue is that JD should probably delete its .pid file when it shuts down. Otherwise you could try to stop JD after it has been stopped via /etc/init.d/jdownloader stop and it might kill the wrong process.

For anyone else that might be interested: you can simply modify T_Send's script to remove the '--make-pidfile' flag and change the path to the pid file (instead of '/var/run/$NAME.pid' it should be '$DIR/JDownloader.pid').
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